Loving your life is ENERGIZING. Putting up with shit you don’t want is DRAINING.

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It’s like a frog in a pot of water that’s starting to boil – at first we don’t really notice it.

My boss is mean to me.  This relationship is stressing me out.  Money is stressing me out. I need to eat better I’m tired of feeling tired. I work too much. I’m not making time for the things I really want to be doing. I spend too much time on Facebook. I’m not getting enough sleep. I’m not making enough art.

But then it becomes a constant buzz.  And it’s draining your energy – energy you could be using to make your dreams real!

Of course we all have shitty things in our lives that we can’t just get rid of.

I’m not saying we should ONLY ALWAYS have awesome stuff going on or else something is wrong.

Life sucks sometimes, that’s inevitable.

But too often we decide that the shitty stuff we’ve got going on is inevitable when it’s really not.

I men what if you could get rid of just 20% of your current shitty stuff? How would that change things?  Or what about 50%?  Do you think you can baby-step your way to 90%?

It’s hard to think about that because immediately your brain jumps to things like “But I don’t know HOW to change it! It’s impossible!” and you feel all hopeless and uncomfortable and want to stop thinking about it.

The thing is – when you don’t take the time to look more closely at this stuff then you leave yourself with no choice but to just put up with all 100% of the shitty stuff.

And that’s just not fair.

Usually, the hardest part is being brave enough to look at the stuff you’d rather ignore.

Which is actually a pretty hard thing to do.  

That’s why I teach classes!

You can set aside 90 minutes for a class.

You can follow along as I lead you through a playful creative process and before you know it you’ll be mining your inner landscape for treasure.

You’ll start to see where you can make small do-able changes right now.

And you’ll start to feel energized right away because possibility is energizing.

You can do this.

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Love Your Life Journal Class is happening on July 26 (that’s next Tuesday)

If you can’t be there live yes it will be recorded.  Plus if you sign up for this one you’ll also get the other 2 journal classes I’m doing this fall: The Superpower Journal and The Magic Journal.

Click here to find out more.

Your future self will thank you!

A conversation with the voice who says: Why bother? No one cares.

 

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Why even bother?  This project is so lame – no one really cares about this you know.

This thought just keeps popping into my head as I work this morning.

I take a deep breath and re-focus.

And it just comes back.

I take another deep breath and re-focus.

And it comes back again.

So, instead of playing ping-pong with it, here I am.

Hello little voice who thinks this project is lame and no one cares. Let’s talk.

(our conversation is below: the little voice is in italics)

Oh it’s not just this project that’s lame.  Pretty much everything you’re doing right now is lame.

Oh, ok.  That’s a bit extreme, hey?

Not at all! Look at you!

The little guy gestures wildly and screens appear, each one showing a different thing I am working on.

Yeah, I’m working on a lot of things. I made a commitment to myself to hold the quality of momentum this year.  So I am moving faster than I usually do, I am accomplishing more.

That also means I’m trying more things which means I’m bound to fail at some of them.  That’s part of it.

I take that commitment I made to myself seriously.  I am going to keep doing this all year.  It’s not about the results, it’s about me holding that commitment to myself and learning what I learn through that process.

Although I must say that the results are not all bad!  I mean I have made more money in the first 6 months of this year than I did for the whole year, in the first few years right after I left my job to do this full time.  I mean isn’t that the kind of result you’re looking for?

Money? Who cares about money? I care about approval.  You’re not getting twice as much approval as you used to!

Well, I don’t know.

No! One! Cares! About! What! You’re! Doing!

OK, I see you’re upset.  I’m not going to argue with you.  How can I help?

(The little voice is temporarily rendered speechless.)

You look like you’re trying to speak but can’t.  Maybe try taking a deep breath?

(The little voice just bursts into tears.)

I’m so scared.  

Yeah, I see that. I’m so sorry.  Let’s just sit down here together.

(The little voice snuggles up to me, I wrap a blanket around it)

And we just sit there for a while.  Silently acknowledging that building momentum is scary, putting yourself out there is scary.

….

And that’s it.  I sit with it and the discomfort starts to dissipate.

This isn’t something I can instantly cure.

This is a process.

I want to stretch myself to grow into my dreams.  So I put myself into these uncomfortable places – this is how growth happens.

Right now it’s quiet enough that I can get back to work – but I’m sure this voice will be back.

How uncomfortable are you willing to be for your dream?

Growth happens in the dark, tight, uncomfortable places.

Avoiding this stuff only leads to creative dream stagnation.

The faster you turn towards the discomfort, go into it, and be with it – the faster you’ll be through it, on the other side, more capable of growing your dreams.

If this “No one cares, why bother? ” voice sounds familiar to you – check out my video: What if no one cares about what you have to offer?

(And Creative Dream Circle members remember to take your discomfort into the Un-Sticking Station – that will help you through!) 

Stuck with your dream? Get instant (free!) advice here.

Your dream lives at the intersection of your authentic self, your creativity and your soul purpose – so when you dive in deeper to your dream you end up diving in deeper to your SELF.

This means that the path to your dream can get pretty complicated!

This is a compilation of my best free advice for how to work with this stuff.

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(For members of my Creative Dream Circle go to the MAP section of the Circle to find a much more detailed list of tools, courses, resources + support)

First – sign up for my free e-course Give Your Dream Wings.

This course will show you a creative way to connect with your dream on a soul level and then use that connection to grow your dream, your self and your whole world.  It’s the foundation for everything else.

This class is 10 days long – each lesson is 10 minutes long.  Super simple.  One baby step at a time.  You can totally do this.

Sign up here.

Then – check out these “Creative Dream Must-Reads”:

How Change Works: bringing any dream to life means working consciously with change so it’s good to understand how it works!

Resistance: no one wants to read about or think about resistance but it is the real reason why you don’t already have what you want or are at least on your way there.  Understanding this will make a big difference to how you approach your dreams.

Read Why Journal? and watch How Your Journal Can Change Your Life because it really can!

How to get out of your comfort zone: your dream is out of your (current) comfort zone so you’re going to have to get out of there in order to get your dream!

Watch How To Tell If You’re Coming From Fear Or Purpose because understanding this can make the whole path much simpler.

And check out How To Draw Mandalas to learn this fun, creative way of getting in touch with your intuition – which is where all of your best creative dream advice is going to come from.

I think I have a dream but I don’ t know what it is.

Watch What If I Don’t Know What My Dream Is? and read What If I Don’t Know What My Dream Is? (yes the video and the blog post have the same title but are a little different)

Do Creative Journal Prompts For Finding Your Dream.

Do my Give Your Dream Wings class and use “finding my dream” as the dream you’re working with – you’ll learn new things about what you really want.

Do the 30 day Creative Emergence class and use “finding my dream”.  Follow the whole 30 days to give your dream some space to emerge.

I don’t know what to do to make my dream real.

Watch Why It’s So Hard To Get Started And What To Do About It

Dreamtastic Creative Journal class is a 30 day class for using your journal to grow your dream.  Follow the whole 30 days and you’ll end up with some ideas for things to try.

Again – learn How To Draw Mandalas to use as a tool for listening to your intuition – your inner wisdom does know how to make your dream real.

Work with the Creative Dream Visualization Guided Meditation regularly to help you connect with your dream and open up some new possibilities.

Do my Give Your Dream Wings class and keep doing that 10 minute practice you learn in that class – if you meet with your dream every day like this you will start to know what to do.

Do the 30 day Creative Emergence class.  Follow the whole 30 days and pay attention to what comes up – a plan will emerge!

I’m just totally stuck.

Watch How To Handle Limiting Beliefs, Fears and Doubts. Below the video is a list of “top posts for when things suck” – read them.

Watch and How To Cure Panic + Freakouts On Route To Your Dream and When You Have Obstacles In Your Way and The Creative Dream Success Principle.

Watch There is Nothing In Your Way. Dissolving Obstacles On The Path To Your Dream and How To Stop Spinning Your Wheels.

Do these Creative Journal Prompts for Overcoming Fear.

I don’t have enough time/money/support to make my dream real.

Watch What If You Can’t Afford The Kind Of Support You Need To Make Your Dream Real and click through the to other video I link to there about your infinite potential and how it means everything is possible for you.

Watch Creative Dreams + Money.

Do these Creative Journal Prompts for Growing Money, Abundance and Possibility.

Watch No Time For Your Dream? Time Management Is Not Your Problem.

I started working on my dream, but I’m afraid I’m not good enough/it’s impossible.

This post on How to Deal With Fear/Doubt/Uncertainty will help.

You Are Loved Guided Journal + Colouring Book can help bolster your self-esteem.

Listen to the My Dreams Are Possible tele-class.

Watch The Magic Of Believing In Yourself.

If the people around you are not supportive of your dream watch What To Do About The Nay-Sayers.

Do my Give Your Dream Wings class and keep doing that 10 minute practice you learn in that class – if you meet with your dream every day like this it will help you develop Creative Dream Confidence.

I have too many dreams and can’t pick just one to work on

Watch How To Know Which Dream To Pursue Now

My dream is to make a living from my dream and it’s really hard.

Watch How To Build Your Online Empire and The Truth About Money And Creative Self-Employment.

Hopefully this isn’t happening for you, but if it is, watch What If No One Cares About What You Have To Offer.

Have more questions?

Come hang out with me during Creative Dream Office Hours every Tuesday.

 

A Conversation with Self-Doubt

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Yesterday at the beach I posted this photo on Instagram and wrote this:

That moment when self-doubt swoops in and tries to shrink/cancel/derail my plans. Over the years I’ve gotten better at meeting it – offering compassion without giving it the driver’s seat. Right now I’m really struggling though. Today I’m at the beach just being with it. Sorting out what needs to be forgiven and what needs to be let go of and what can teach me something useful to help me move forward. Being out of my comfort zone like this has always served to move me closer to what I want and yet I still resist the discomfort of it.

I got home from the beach with more clarity about everything. But still feeling a lot of doubt.

So I sat down to talk to my doubt.  (When I write these conversations out I put my doubt’s words in italics)

So, hey there doubt.  I’ve been dancing around this for a while, hoping I could self-care and deep-breath my way towards not having to face you directly.

It’s not working.

So here I am.

Hello.

(Doubt shows up as a huge goblin with a big, weird tail.)

Are you supposed to have a tail?

Is that what’s important right now?

I don’t know.

(Doubt swishes his tail.)

So, I want to find a way to work with you.  You’re kind of blocking me from where I want to be.

Yeah. That’s intentional.

Is it intentional that you’re making me feel like shit in the process?

No. I want you to feel calm.

Calm?

Calm. Happy. Doing your thing.

You want me to do my thing? You’re stopping me from doing my thing!

No your thing is to keep doing what you’ve been doing. What you’re trying to do is something new.

Oh.

(burst of clarity)

No I can’t do that anymore. It’s actually not my thing anymore. I’ve grown.  I need my thing to grow along with me.

But. Ugh. The way you’re doing it.  You’re experimenting. You’re exploring and trying things.  It’s messy.  You know how certainty feels so much better.

Well you know that certainty and growth don’t play nice together.  And how can I be certain of anything new? No! Now is definitely time to be open-minded and experimental and to let it get messy.

You’re not strong enough for that.

(Wait, no that didn’t come from the goblin. Now there’s a turtle in the conversation.  A turtle with a strong opinion.)

You’re not strong enough for this next part. You’re not ready.

When am I ever ready?  I get ready in the doing.

Wow I love how sure I am of myself when talking to the goblin and the turtle.

I’m not that sure when I’m just sitting quietly alone.

This is one of the (many!) benefits of taking the time to sit down and communicate with my feelings.  It puts my wisest/strongest self into the driver’s seat – the me who chooses to face her fear.

Noticing how the me who is talking to my doubt right now is different from the me who has been showing up to work lately, I can see that it’s like I’ve been wearing a coat of doubt.

So I take it off.

Yeah it’s ok to be scared. It’s ok to doubt myself. It’s ok to be unsure – it’s probably inevitable to be unsure when forging ahead on new paths.  I mean the unknown is unknown.

But I don’t have to snuggle up to my doubt and invite it to stay.  Which is kind of what I’ve been doing lately.

There is something so familiar in it and when I’m out of my comfort zone a part of me will grab onto anything unfamiliar.

And now the goblin of self-doubt is smaller than the head of a pin.

The turtle has wandered off somewhere.

And here I am with my project that feels still too big.

But now I feel willing to stretch into it.  I feel ok being uncomfortable as I do this and committed to remembering how exciting and awesome it is too.

OK getting to work now…

PS: You can read more conversations with doubt/fear/etc in the Tiny Fairy Tales section of my blog.  These conversations are based on my work in the Un-Sticking Station in the Creative Dream Circle (if you’re a member get in there and try it, it’s right here).

How To Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone.

Inner Work 101 is a series of in-depth blog posts I’m working on to de-mystify the inner workings of inner work.  I’m tired of seeing brilliant creative people stumble around and settle for less than they really want because they don’t know how to navigate the path of their own potential and this is what I’m doing to help change that.  Find all the Inner Work 101 posts right here.

How to get out of your comfort zone

I’ve been in a complicated place with my dreams lately.  This happens when my dreams grow and then demand that I grow to keep up with them.

So I can see this new dream ahead of me and I can feel all the ways that I’m not there yet.  Like it’s close enough that I can see it, but far enough that it’s still outside of my comfort zone.

How to get out of your comfort zone

So either I have to bring it into my comfort zone, or I have to step out of my comfort zone to meet it.

This would be simple enough except when you zoom in and see what the boundary of the comfort zone is actually made of.

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Yeah.

This stuff orbits around you and your life.

When you contract to avoid it your whole life contracts.

When you expand and grow you hit up against it.

It sucks.  There is no way to sugar coat this.

Comfort zones aren’t necessarily comfortable.  They should really be called familiar zones.

But when you stay in your comfort zone out of a fear of facing that mess that makes up the boundary, you let your fear control your possibilities.

So it becomes important to figure out how to work with that boundary.

Which means you have to learn how to really be with your fear and doubt and confusion and the deep wounds within.

And then you have to learn how to bring love and calm and safety and stability into these places so that the work of healing and transformation can begin.

The important thing to remember is that this is powerful work.

As in: you are powerful for doing it.

Because as soon as you get into that boundary and start looking closer at what’s going on there you’re not going to feel powerful.  You’re going to feel like shit.

For us sensitive creative types this process seems extra-excruciating.

This is why people avoid this work even though they know it means settling for less than they want in life – because it feels awful to feel lost and small and confused and unsure and defeated.

I mean avoiding pain is a normal human instinct.

It’s very tempting to go back to avoidance and staying on the surface of things – to contracting and living within your comfort zone.  Because hey it’s better than feeling like shit, right?

But your dream is how your soul calls you towards your purpose. And it’s going to keep calling.

So this is where I’ve been lately.

People always ask me: does it get easier?

Well yes and no.

As you become more familiar with the process you develop more faith in yourself and your ability to do the work.  So then it does seem easier.

Plus the more you do this the more your boundary changes and lightens up and so healing and transformation can happen faster.

But it still feels like shit when you’re right there in it.  That part doesn’t change.

But there is a very big bright side to all of this.

I mean this is literally how you stop your fear from stopping you!

It’s how you expand your possibilities and create a brighter life for yourself.

Each time you go into the boundary and bring love and healing there you make more space for your greatness.

The last time I was in a big, long period of this shit was right around the time I moved into my Dream Loft.

I had bought this place only 6 months after quitting my job to the Creative Dream Incubator full time.  I was not sure I was totally ready for this move because I wasn’t sure yet what my income was going to be like as a business owner and the Dream Loft was going to double my monthly expenses.

But my intuition insisted that this was absolutely the right move for me and I was committed to following my intuition so there I was: scared and totally out of my comfort zone.

[Note I do NOT encourage anyone to be reckless with their finances or take unnecessary risks for their dreams.  Usually I find dreams grow best with slow, steady steps and not frightening leaps of faith.]

I had to face so many fears all at once.  It’s not just the fear of not making enough money. It’s never as simple as that.

Beneath the surface fear always hides the real fears which hit closer to home…

  • What if this fails and I feel like a miserable failure for the rest of my life?
  • What if this fails and it means I’m not good enough?
  • What if this fails and I lose my house and wind up on the streets and no one cares?
  • What if it turns out I was really stupid for ever believing in myself?

Sitting with these questions feels like shit.

For a while there, pretty much every single day I got all tangled up all of these fears.

But over time I got a handle on it.  I started to shift my limiting beliefs and un-helpful patterns.  I started to create space for new possibilities.

That is when I really got to know myself as a person who trusts herself to support herself and her dreams.

Before then I believed in possibilities.  I believed that I had purpose and that it included sharing my creativity with the world somehow.

But my income had always come from jobs.  Any time I had tried to create my own income with my art and creative ideas – I had flopped.

I didn’t know how to financially support myself with my creativity.

And I took a bunch of business classes and I had built up my business before I had left my job…

But I also had to go through this inner process of growing into this version of my who fully trusts herself to support herself and her dreams.

It’s been over five years since that happened.  And in that time I have been steady in my trust of myself.  And my business has steadily supported me all that time.

I mean I don’t ALWAYS trust myself – everything gets off balance sometimes.  But I get back to trust quickly now.  Trusting myself became my set-point, it’s what I naturally come back to.

It works this way for all dreams.

For example after being single for over a decade I went through a similar process before meeting my partner.

I am going through it again as we deepen and solidify our commitment to each other and figure out what kind of life we want to create together.

But this isn’t about me.

What about you?

Where does your comfort zone have you stuck and playing small?  When you feel like shit do you give up on your dreams?

Because your dream is how your soul calls you towards your purpose. And it’s going to keep calling.

And you’re never going to fully give up, right?

You’re here to share your gifts with the world, right?

So the important thing is to not give up when things get hard. Stay with it.

And as ridiculous as it sounds, this is what helps with that: remember that it’s supposed to feel shitty sometimes.

Feeling shitty about yourself and your dreams is not a sign that you’re on the wrong path.  It’s a sign that you’re facing your fears.

Also: it doesn’t have to make sense.  After you’ve moved further down the path you’ll look back and it will make sense then.  It won’t make sense while you’re in it.

The simple 2-step process to keep moving and get out of your comfort zone:

1. Do your best to meet with your dreams and give them what they need to grow.  

–> Need help with this part? My free e-course shows you a powerful way to meet with your dream and the Creative Dream Incubator e-Course in the Creative Dream Circle shows you how to work with it in depth.

2. As you do this stay with the feelings that come up and learn how to bring healing and transformation to them so you can access your inner gifts and ability to bring your dreams to life.

–> Need help with this part? The Un-Sticking Station in the Creative Dream Circle leads you through every step of this process and Module 4 of the Creative Dream Incubator e-course gives you more tools for transforming your comfort zone.

Simple.  But not easy.

Your dream will grow you.  And in the end, after you’ve moved through all the shitty stuff, you’ll be glad it did.

Live Video: Productivity and Creative Flow

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In today’s video I’m talking about productivity and creative flow because I’ve been on such a productivity high lately.

These live videos are SO fun – click here to find out how be there live next week (it’s totally free + easy to do)

(If you’re having trouble watching the video click here to watch it on Facebook )

[Video] Come journal with me!

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In today’s video I’m talking about staying on the path when it’s all kind of messy (because that’s where I am this morning) and I’m picking Journaling Cards for anyone who wants one.

These live videos are SO fun – click here to find out how be there live next week (it’s totally free + easy to do)

I’m so sorry! This week I had some problems during the live broadcast – so for a lot of the recording the sound and video are not matching.  It’s easier to just listen :)

(If you’re having trouble watching the video click here to watch it on Facebook )

VIDEO: Figuring out how to give your dream what it needs.

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There is always (and I mean ALWAYS) a way for you to take your next step with your dream – but sometimes you just have to dig around a bit to find it.

So that’s what we’re talking about it today’s live video:


(If you’re having trouble watching the video click here to watch it on Facebook and click here to find out how to join me for next week’s live video – it’s totally free + easy to do)

The new Mastermind groups start TODAY inside the Creative Dream Circle.

The Mastermind groups are set up to draw on the tools and resources inside the Circle for facing the hard stuff and transforming the obstacles and making steady progress.

If you’re wondering if you and your dreams are ready for a Mastermind click here for an article about how to know if you’re ready or not and you can read more about how the masterminds work right here.

Registration for the mastermind Groups will CLOSE TODAY so if you want to be a part of this TODAY is the day to join.

Hope to see you there!

How do you know if you’re ready for a Mastermind?

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A Mastermind is when a group of like-minded/hearted people gather together for the purpose of supporting each other in accomplishing specific goals.  It’s a container for accelerated growth.

Most of us yearn for that kind of deep creative support.

But some parts of it are also kind of scary.

There are times when a mastermind is exactly what you need and there are times when it’s totally not.

Since my new Growth Spurt Mastermind Groups are starting soon (on June 7) I wanted to share what kind of things to think about if you’re considering joining but aren’t sure if this is right for you.

Are you ready to make a commitment to growing (both your self and your dream)?

Making a big dream real requires a big commitment, it’s true.

But it’s hard to know exactly what kind of commitment you’re ready to make until you start playing with it.

So sometimes people join a mastermind thinking they are ready for a bigger commitment than they actually are.  Then they find it’s too much and stop participating – which can spoil the experience for other members.

It can also leave you feeling bad for backing out of your commitment, which puts a layer of guilt and shame between you and making progress on your dream.

It feeds those voices that say “See? You never do anything you say you’re going to do.  This dream is never going to happen.

Not a good scenario!

So I created the Growth Spurt Mastermind Groups to only be 30 days long, to give you a chance to really dive in for a short time period, then you can look at how it went and decide if you want to do it again or not.

I do want to run the 30 day groups regularly so you get ongoing support.  But each group will be short so it’s a do-able commitment.

What if the other people in the group are in a different place with their dreams and you just wind up feeling left out?

Once of the huge gifts of a mastermind is feeling like you are a part of the group – feeling supported and encouraged.  Feeling like you belong.

What if you don’t feel like you belong?  That’s a legitimate fear to have because if you join and then don’t feel a part of the group that can aggravate your inner critics too.

You don’t fit in with these people because they’re so far ahead of you – you’ll never be there. Working on your dream is just a waste.” or “You don’t fit in with these people because they’re so far behind you. You’ll never find the right group of people to support you – you’ll always be all alone in this.

I mean there are a million ways your inner critic can spin the experience of not feeling fully supported in your dreams.

It’s a horrible feeling to have, and can derail you in your creative dream progress.

That’s why I designed three separate types of Growth Spurt Mastermind Groups – so that you can find the group that you WILL fit in with.

The three types are:

Creative Emergence: for exploring what you really want and getting clear on what your next dream will be in a group of like-minded explorers. You won’t be pushed to take any action in this group – just get yourself clear and ready.

Inner Transformation: for transforming fears/doubts/inner critics/limiting beliefs.  If there is something inside you stopping you from starting it can be a godsend to be in a group of people who are working through the same healing process. (Yes you’ll get tools for the transformational work)

Radical Momentum: for making big progress towards your dream!  With a combination of focused inner and outer work to keep you connection to your intuitive wisdom so you’re taking the right steps towards your dream.  It’s so much easier to do this in a group of people who are also committed to taking big action, but to first listening for the inner voice.

What about jealousy?

What if your supportive mastermind group turns un-supportive? What if other people are not supportive of your success because they’re jealous? What if you get jealous and it’s uncomfortable?

Well no one wants to feel jealous or have others be jealous of them but actually jealousy is an important tool in your creative dreamer toolkit.

Jealousy is a teacher and a guide.

The Growth Spurt Mastermind Groups will happen inside the Creative Dream Circle where there are tools and resources for dealing with the uncomfortable feelings that jealousy brings up.

You’ll be in a group of brave explorers who will process their feelings so they can find the gifts and lessons in them – they won’t just throw their jealousy at you.

Do you want more support with your dreams? Can you make a 30 day commitment?

If you say yes to both – then do it.  Don’t wait to “feel ready” (which is a self-sabotaging trap – no one feels ready).

Do it. Your dream will thank you.

Growth Spurt Masterminds will only be available to Creative Dream Circle members – once you are a Circle member there is no extra cost to join the Mastermind.

(And remember there is a new payment plan option for the Circle memberships!)

We start on June 7. I hope to see you there!

(Registration for the Mastermind Groups will CLOSE on June 7 so if you want to be a part of this – join now!)

How awesome would it be if your dream came with instructions?

What if you could gracefully navigate the path to your dream using your intuition and inner gifts, instead of working your ass off, copying what you see other people doing or taking big (scary!) risks?

The Creative Dream Circle will help you make it happen with life-altering e-courses, dream-growing tools and a heart-enhancing online community of creative kindred spirits – plus regular coaching calls and all the inspiration you can stand.

Carrie Anspach, DirtyGirlPottery.wordpress.com

Carrie Anspach, DirtyGirlPottery.wordpress.com

I’ve actually accomplished and received more clarity in the 4 weeks I’ve been in the Creative Dream Circle than I have in the past 4 years going it alone.

Click here to read more and join us today.

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