Let passion and play ignite your possibilities Let passion and play ignite your possibilities Let passion and play ignite your possibilities

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Let passion and play ignite your possibilities

My client Mary was having a really hard time in her career. She knew that what she was doing wasn’t lighting her up, in fact she was pretty much hating it. She felt stuck, under utilised, and just plain bored. There was no purpose or passion in her job, but she had no idea what came next. As we worked together, the stories of what Mary was really passionate about started to unfold. Connecting with people. Sewing. Entertaining. Crafts. Natural healing. Wellbeing. So I asked her, what would it ...

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8 ways to bust your creative blocks at work

Feeling creatively stifled? As you get stuck into your work this week, no matter what you are actually doing (working for someone else, setting the world on fire in your own gig, climbing a mountain – well ok, maybe not that one), have a think about how creative you are feeling. Are you in a creative rut? When was the last time you really made something new? So many of us find ourselves in that rut a good chunk of the time – even those whose job it is to create (that would be me). ...

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Getting shit done – be creative, strategic and productive

Picture this. You start out the year with grand visions of everything you will do and how freakin’ amazing it will be. You’ll do great work, be a good person, and you know, generally rock the shit out of everything. Your business and spirit will thrive and you’ll become the most successful and most interesting person you know (naturally). All good so far. You have visions of brilliant strategy, awe-inspiring creativity, and a productivity level that has never been seen before. Eva. And ...

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What are you here for?

I have a big heart shaped post it note on the wall above my desk, which has these words written on it in purple texta. I am here to create. Ponder that for a minute. Not here to work. Not sweat over endless pages and projects. Not slog my way through whatever is waiting for me. Create. Many of you know I have recently started my sabbatical. Nine blissful months of doing, well,  whatever the hell I want really. I am going to write a post about that in a few weeks, so more on that later. One of ...

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