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Secrets of a Creativity Coach

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How does a master creativity coach help his creative and performing artist clients from around the world meet their challenges and realize their dreams? Now you can hear for yourself!

Join host Kelly Galea and guest Eric Maisel, America's foremost creativity coach, for this episode as we talk about Eric's book Secrets of a Creativity Coach (Motivational Press, January 2014), where he shares his work with 25 creative and performing artists. These aren’t vignettes, case studies, or summaries: these are the actual interactions between coach and client. Nothing is made up. Nothing is left out. You get the whole unvarnished experience!

For the first time, you get to see how coaching works and why coaching works. Haven’t you wondered what a coach says and does? Why one strategy works and another doesn’t? How coaching is different from therapy? How a coach picks a path to pursue out of the mass of information his client presents? Now you can!

Get a taste of Dr. Maisel's work with jazz singers, clowns, erotic novelists, singer/songwriters, portrait painters, jewelry makers, and artists from every corner of the globe.

 

The author of more than 40 books, including 20 books for creative and performing artists, Dr. Maisel founded the profession of creativity coaching, trains creativity coaches national and internationally, and provides core trainings for the Creativity Coaching Association. His titles include Fearless Creating, Coaching the Artist Within, Making Your Creative MarkCreative Recovery, and A Writer’s Paris. Dr. Maisel writes a monthly print column for Professional Artist Magazine, a weekly column for Fine Art America, and the Rethinking Psychology blog for Psychology Today.

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