Being a creative allows you to have freedom of expression.
It invokes a sense of curiosity and a wider perspective on life.
It can also mean that you spend countless days with unresolved thoughts, feelings of low self-worth, moments of hopelessness and daily fears due to unrealised dreams.
As a creative myself producing a weekly radio show and podcast, I fully understand this. My own journey of questioning, exploring and being unconventional has brought up its own fair share of emotional experiences.
Along the way, I’ve learnt that once you understand your own emotions, you’re capable of creating absolutely anything you desire.
This learning is the fuel for The Creative Genius where I coach and consult with creatives whose emotions debilitate them and prevent them from courageously tapping into their genius.
I believe that as a creative, you deserve the right to master your own emotions: to understand what you think, how you feel and why you behave the way you do.
And this is not a learning you have to do alone. I’m here to support you every step of the way.
Away from coaching creatives and producing my radio show, I hang out with my husband, watch movies, have massages, explore new music and enjoy fun times with close friends over dinner visiting exciting new cafes and restaurants.
I also love my own quiet time and nurture my mind and body by making precious time for meditation, body work, yoga, laughing and extensive reading that nourishes my thoughts.