Creativity Coaching with Kimba

coaching with kimba offers coaching tools combined with expressive arts

I offer creativity coaching, education and resources to creative people. I am similar to a life coach. The difference is I partner with you in a creative way that inspires momentum and change. I blend coaching tools with expressive arts (art, writing, and music) for a unique coaching experience. Here are some of the benefits of working with me:

  • Helps you become more aware
  • Supports deep learning about yourself
  • Helps you think of new ideas
  • Introduces new perspectives and insights
  • Helps you get in touch with your authentic self
  • Builds internal listening skills that help you figure out next steps
  • Provides a clearer picture of your goals
  • Action! You start “doing” during our first session
  • Tools can be used in other areas of your life
  • Supports long-lasting learning for future self-coaching

I work with visual artist, writers, joy seekers, entrepreneurs and anyone else who identifies as a creative person (or who wants to be more creative).

Creativity Coaching to Reflect, Explore, Connect and Create

Creativity Coahing to reflect, explore, connect, create. A tin of paint brushes

I am often asked how a creativity coaching session works. I use four coaching principles that help creative people build momentum and create change and reach their goals. These principles are the building blocks in creativity coaching sessions and classes.

Reflect is the first principle. Creative people have all kinds of issues, problems, challenges and goals they want to work on. For example, a writer who doesn’t have time to write, an artist who feels stuck or a creative person who feels overwhelmed. They coach with me because they want to change something. We reflect by asking questions and visualizing. For example, what would it look like to have time to write?

Explore is the second principle. Together we explore possibilities. For example, having time to write could mean getting up earlier or going to bed later or writing at lunch. We figure out exactly what feels right for you by creating our body compass. You can see examples of the body compass in the expressive arts gallery.

Connect is the third principle. We do not live on an island by ourselves. Others can provide valuable insights, inspiration and assistance. Together we will explore who can help you reach your goals. For example, you ask a family member or friend over to watch a movie with your children. This gives you time to focus and write.

Create is the fourth principle. This principle is all about action. For example, you schedule a friend who can watch your children and you actually write. I would love to tell you this principle is always easy. Usually though your action plan will need to be adjusted so that it truly works for you.

As we move through the principles I will invite you to journal, write, draw, paint or create something else.

Kaleido Journaling for Self-Discovery

Creativity class. Kaleido Journaling for Self-Discovery

Why not start using your creativity today and see where it takes you? I created a self-coaching course on Udemy for creative people. Kaleido Journaling for Self-Discovery teaches you how to recognize your inner critic, how to brainstorm, create action plans and use small steps to reach your goals. It blends coaching tools with creativity. The course includes videos, articles, worksheet and e-book. Get yours for just ten dollars. Click on the special link below and enroll today.

Enroll in Kaleido Journaling for Self-Discovery

It’s fun! The author has prepared well; she speaks at a measured pace and enunciates very clearly. Her presentation is suited to the course topic in that she dresses and presents herself colorfully and has taken the time to position herself in front a colorful and interest background. And there are a few times that she allows some fun, emotional expression out, which makes her seem real, and happy about her work, and fun to watch. Also, she gives a lot of permission and encouragement. –Sooz W.