Sometimes it seems like our abundant creativity is more of a hassle than a gift. And when it comes to figuring out how to make a living using our talents, that can seem like a giant Rubik’s cube. All the pieces are there, but how to do they fit together?
My client Pam Porter is one of those creative geniuses who has many talents. And she knows how to use them! But how to use them all together and in a way that serves her and her lifestyle…that’s another story.
I’ve coached Pam to help her put all the pieces together. And last year, her passion for teaching children’s art came together with her love of swimming and mermaids to create inimitable summer art camps that are a blast for her and the kids.
Here’s what Pam said about our coaching together:
“I’m an artist and an art teacher with a lot of ideas. Cynthia has coached me to home in on projects that are in my “genius zone”. I now have clarity on what is most important to me and my business. I teach numerous art classes for kids out of my adorable home studio. I’ve written a children’s book.
I finally love managing my business and my own art projects. And – because I’m just focusing on a couple of things at a time, the quality of my work and life is so much better and feels a lot easier than before.
Best, I am successful and satisfied. I am using my gifts in fun and creative ways. I can see the positive difference I am making in the lives of the children that I teach and write for.
Part of me thinks I should have been able to figure all this out myself. But Cynthia has been a trusted coach and ally for years now. Our work together has been literally life-changing. I continue to call on Cynthia to help strategize and celebrate my wins. She’s a true asset to my life, business and creativity.” – Pam Porter, The Creative Flow Studio