Ideas. Healing. Support. Cheering. Creative Dream Super-Fuel.
Gather with me, and a group of creative kindred spirits, and we’ll work on making our dreams real together.
You’ll get honest advice and feedback about what you need to be doing to make your dreams really happen.
And space to be real about how hard it is sometimes, and how amazing it is at other times.
It’s the kind of supportive creative community we all wish we had in our everyday lives.
I know I over-use this word, but there isn’t another way to say it: Creative Dream Coaching Circles are *magic*
Putting your work out into the world is capital-H Hard.
I’m sure I don’t even have to say that it’s terrifying. I mean:
- fear of failure
- fear of success
- questions about pricing
- finding the right audience for your work
- figuring out what to say about your work and how to say it
- the excruciating discomfort of self-promotion
- wondering if anyone will even care
It’s a lot to work through!
But no matter how terrified you are, you are also determined to share your creative gifts with the world.
There are a lot of people offering a lot of launch tactics that range from a little cheesy to downright sleazy.
I use a simple energy alchemy process for connecting with the essence of my project, and with the essence of the people that my project is meant to serve – and work out a plan from there.
It’s a low-hype and high-vibe approach to getting your work out there.
And I’d love to share it with you.
The Launching Your Creative Projects Out Into The World call happened live online via streaming video on Tuesday, Feb 28.
Unfortunately, this was the day when one of Amazon’s data servers went down, causing havoc all over the internet.
So a lot of the participants were not able to get onto the live stream.
I spent over an hour going over all of the material very thoroughly with the few people who could be there asking questions along the way. I shared the process I use to figure out how to launch my projects – including how to price them, how to announce them and how to promote them.
Then I scheduled a Q+A call for one week later – so everyone had a chance to watch my first video, then we could get together and talk about it. That second call was really rich with discussion.
So it all turned out great – and you get both calls for the price of one.
The cost: Just $30 US a call (or free, for Creative Dream Circle members)