I'm already in the last few weeks of my The Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching™ training.  It's hard to believe it's almost done.  In some ways, I feel like we just started.  But at the same time, I can look back and see how much I've already learned.  It has been an incredible, mind-filling experience, and I've loved every bit of this work!  I'm feeling a little melancholy that the course is ending, but I'm getting really excited about all the things that will be springing up from this.

This brings me to the reason for this post.

Is something holding you back from your creative dream? Would you like some help making your dream happen?

I am offering four free coaching sessions starting in June.  These sessions are part of my certification work, so the calls will be recorded.  If you are interested in trying this out, leave a note in the comments or over on the Facebook page (I'll be linking to this post there).  You can also send me an e-mail at info@musecraftonline.com

In your note, please let me know what creative dream you'd like to work on during our sessions.  Since we will have a limited number of sessions together, I want to offer these calls to someone I feel can best benefit from them.

Thanks, everyone!



Last week, I committed myself to something crazy and hard and scary and wonderful.  I signed on to a writing challenge called 52 Stories.  I'm going to be writing a story a week for an entire year!

Right now, I'm posting first draft work.  I'm putting them up over on my creativity and writing blog.  I'm taking a deep breath and just doing it.  And it is terrifying!  And it feels amazing!  And as soon as I wrap this up, I'm going to give myself some time to work on this week's story before I go to sleep, and I can hardly wait to get to it.

My friend Anna Alexander wrote today about creating your own content (and she even mentions me in there!), and I realized that's exactly what I'm doing.  I'm stepping out and doing things that add what I want into my life.  I think that's why it feels so great.

Go check out Anna's article and ask yourself, "What can I do to add content to my life?"  Let your subconscious play with that for a while.  I think you might be pleasantly surprised by what your brain tells you.