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Developing Your Creativity

Developing Your Creativity Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way has been around 1992. With the basic principle that creative expression is the natural direction of life, Julia Cameron and Mark Bryan lead you through a comprehensive twelve-week program to recover your creativity from a variety of blocks, including limiting beliefs, fear, self-sabotage, jealousy, guilt, addictions, and other inhibiting forces, replacing them with artistic confidence and productivity. " I can only imagine the number of people this book has opened up in twenty years. Though I came across it about seven years ago, I didn't pick it up until recently and, as I work on new writing projects, it's helped me become much more prolific. From a health perspective, when our artistic sides are fed, we may laugh more easily, understand ourselves and others with greater depth, and feel more satisfied with life. If you're looking to nurture your artistic side a bit more, this book may

A little relaxation - learning to paint

I came across this lovely, quirky little video on YouTube.  So take a break, kick off your shoes, listen to the music and be inspired. Wendy Mason is a Life and Career Coach.  She helps people have the confidence they need to be successful at work and to change career while maintaining a good work/life balance. You can email her at wendymason

Personal and Career Development with Wendy Mason

Working with a coach is a simple but very effective form of self development – either professional or personal. The client and coach work together to promote a change and to help the client become who they want to be and to overcome obstacles to their success. Coaches work with individuals in their personal life and with executives, managers and others in their professional and business life.  I work with people in the round so I don’t draw a big black line round the personal to distinguish it from the professional, the two often overlap! But I do work with change and transition.  If you are not going through a change or want to make a change, then perhaps I'm not the right person to work with you. There are lots of other good coaches around. Many of us have plans about what we want to do, who we want to be and what we want to become.  A coach works with you to find out what is important and how to create the conditions that foster it. Coaching builds skills; both p