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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 Mark, Creative 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.
Enjoy us for this first of many discussions revolving around ecological sustainability, the indigenous mind, permaculture, eco-phenomenology & the treatment of non-human animals. In so doing we shall look at these issues from the standpoints of phenomenology, psychoanalysis, and critical theory, amongst others.
ArtSees Productions welcomes Susan Block for a 6 week series, "Conversations On Creativity." Susan welcomes Paul Smith for week 1, "the psychology of creativity." Paul is a Professor of Psychology at Alverno College in Milwaukee. His background is in cognitive educational psychology, and he holds an MS in Learning Sciences, an MA in Philosophy, and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (Urban Education). In that work he focused on belief formation and the barriers to belief change. His current academic interest is in how adults learn new skills in areas such as programming, foreign languages, and music. In addition to Paul's many talents, he is also a musician currently serves on the Board of the Badgerland Bluegrass Music Association.He is active in local music as a guitar and mandolin player and singer.
Susan Block brings with her a vast knowledge of the arts and creativity. She is LaPorte County Poet Laureate Emeritus, playwright, writing workshop leader, art exhibition curator and cultural arts advocate. "Conversations On Creativity" is the brainchild of Block.
Special thanks to Jefri Clark Payne for contributing his music for this special series.
Finding happiness can be difficult when you’re going through a traumatic life event like cancer. Dr. Ken Wiezer talks about finding that happiness in the little things by just being creative. You must be creative in the way you look at the world around you and your life. Join Dr. Weizer as he shares his thoughts with us about how to live happy.
Ever seen the film, Horrible Bosses, the dark-humored film about three employees who plot together to plan the demise of their abusive and overbearing bosses?
While the film is a farfetched depiction, some would say that the angst of the characters who are the employees is an unfortunate part of life in the working world. But should that have to be the case? Is it possible for a leader, whether they be an employer, teacher, pastor, or even the head of household to be respected without stooping to base tactics?
Yes! It is possible to lead others with a heart of compassion and still get great results. If you're a leader, this is a half-hour that you want to take time for.
Join us as we chat with Executive Coach, Christian Washington, founder of REAL Coaching, Inc.
Call in, 646-716-6910 or chat with us LIVE in our Javammunity chat room during the broadcast.
CHAMBER OF SACRED CREATIVITY
TODAY'S FOCUS: Tune Into ABUNDANCE
We begin with a Wealth-Prosperity-Abundance Prayer by Dr. Joseph Murphy
I know there is only one Source, the Life-Principle, from which all things flow. It created the universe and all things therein contained. I am a focal point of the Divine presence. My mind is open and receptive. I am a free-flowing channel for harmony, beauty, guidance, wealth, and the riches of the Infinite. I know that health, wealth, and success are released from within and appear without. I am now in harmony with the infinite riches within and without, and I know these thoughts are sinking into my subconscious mind and will be reflected on the screen of space. I wish for everyone all the blessings of life. I am open and receptive to God’s riches – spiritual, mental, and material – and they flow to me in avalanches of abundance.
CHAMBER OF SACRED CREATIVITY was originally called the "Chamber of Prayer". We are now going beyond Prayer as we have most often talked about it in traditional religion and in the affirmative prayers of New Thought-Ageless Wisdoms communities.
Going "Beyond Prayer" brings us to the point of recognizing the phenomenal CREATIVE INGELLIGENCE present in each of us.
Know that the most wondrous expression of your deepest desires already exists in the Mind of God -- Complete and Perfect. That Mind is the Creative Intelligence within each of us. Call forth from this Intelligence the Perfect Way through, the Perfect Expression, thePerfect Solution.
STEP INTO IT AND LIVE IT ON THE INNER PLANES.
Highlands, NC – The most important job any leader has is to foster a culture of creativity and innovation within the organization. Most corporate team leaders and entrepreneurs think that championing idea generation and brainstorming is all there is to developing an environment conducive to innovation.
That is only the beginning.
Susie deVille is the founder and CEO of the Innovation and Creativity Institute, a consulting practice dedicated to teaching corporate executives and entrepreneurs how to promote cultures of innovation that spark creativity and consistently create value.
“Most business owners are trying to reverse engineer innovation and creativity while struggling with how to lead their teams as well as their own lives,” says Susie. “You can’t begin to understand innovation and creativity until you bring in the idea of leadership of self and leadership of others.”
As an expert in entrepreneurship and anthropology, Susie has nine years of consulting experience helping clients develop innovative products, services and business models. In her seminars and workshops, people learn to lead in a way that generates creativity from everyone on their teams – including themselves.
The author of the forthcoming book Innovation is Free, Susie says the key to meaningful innovation is to take a playful approach that looks at problems with fresh eyes
“If you show me a playful organization, where failure considered an absolutely necessary part of the process, I’ll show you a creative and innovative organization," says Susie. "Creativity is within the grasp of every person, and it’s not so difficult for people to reconnect to it once they are shown how to do so.”
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There's a stereotype out there that creative people get angsty. I'm sure we do, but does it really happen more than others? And, well, everyone is creative, so doesn't everyone have angst from time to time? Today's show will be about how to turn your angst into good material for your creative work.
Let's talk about creativity here on Rebel Chick Radio, about all of the amazing gifts and fun, joy, and love that it can bring into our lives. Each week, I will talk about a creative tip, a piece of wisdom, or something to fuel you and help you to rock your creativity. I call this Creativity Talk. About Me: I'm Lisa Selow, a Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach™, Author of A Rebel Chick Mystic's Guide, and Rock 'n Roll Rebel. I'm also an electric guitarist, singer, mixed media artist, crafter, and knitter. My website: http://lisaselow.com