“Personally, I don’t ever want to run out of opportunities to soar.” ~Andrea Klunder
What is it that you want to try, do or create? And what’s holding you back? Scratch that second question. Simply… what is it that you want to start?
This episode was inspired by clients, friends, members of the Chicago Women’s Creative Collective, my own experiences as a serial “starter”, all of my guests for The Creative Impostor, and especially my conversation in Episode 02 with women’s empowHERment coach, Nikki Nigl.
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“Why would you want to create a TO DO list that never gets any shorter?” ~Andrea Klunder
Resources for you, from me:
- How to Start Audio Course (FREE for a limited amount of time spring 2016!)
- Chicago Women’s Creative Collective on Meetup.com
- Downloadable FREE Yoga Nidra guided visualization practice
- Creative Space Retreat: New Orleans!
What do YOU want to start?
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