creativecoaching

Every person is born with a spark of creativity that can awaken them to an amazing life. Throughout life’s journey people find that their creative spark needs nourishment, guidance, and support. Creativity coaching is one way people can nurture their creative spark.

Photo Credit: "Sunrise on U Street" painting by Tim Okamura
Photo Credit: "Sunrise on U Street" painting by Tim Okamura

A creativity coach provides a listening ear, nurturing, guidance, support, and education. A creativity coach also empowers people to dream and live in a much bigger and better way so they can fully realize and enjoy who they were created to be: fabulous folks with creative sparks that add tremendous light to the universe!

As a creativity coach, Ananda Leeke taps into her 20+ years of experience as an artist-in-residence for Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, mixed media wire sculptor, painter, workshop facilitator, and writer to help clients:

-Identify, understand, and embrace their archetypes including their inner critic;

-Confront and overcome their fears, doubts, and obstacles that prevent them from completing their creative projects and entrepreneurial ventures;

-Map out their goals and timelines for creative projects and entrepreneurial ventures;

-Develop and execute a strategic plan to accomplish their goals; and

-Incorporate the appropriate social media strategies and tools that will promote their creative projects and entrepreneurial ventures.

Leeke’s clients include bloggers, creative and digital communications professionals, entrepreneurs, and yoga teachers in in the United States and Europe. If you have a burning desire to launch a new idea or endeavor or feel uncertain, doubtful, or fearful about giving birth to a dream you have been holding onto, contact her {ananda@anandaleeke.com} with questions. One-on-one coaching can be purchased in one-hour sessions or three to six (one-hour each) package sessions. Sessions are offered via telephone or video (Google Hangout, Skype, or Viber).

Photo Credit: “Sunrise on U Street” painting by Tim Okamura

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