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6 creative beliefs are screwing you up! Get the truth here.



Curiosity killed the cat, they say—usually when they wish you’d stop asking questions.

Once upon a time, your curiosity was the key to your world. Then you started to feel like it was wrong to want to explore—and something inside you died.

Now you can feel that curiosity trying to get your attention, saying,
“Remember me? Can I come back? Please?”

It may scare you, or feel silly. Only kids act, or dance, or play around with paint—kids and “Artists.” What gives you the right? Who gets to say that you should write music or a novel? More importantly, who gets to say that you don’t? YOU. And only you.

That voice knows it’s your turn to create, no matter how crazy it may sound. It’s time to say, “So what?” and do it anyway.

Hi! I’m Nancy, and I’m so glad you’re here. I know the despair of realizing you’ve lost your creative way, and I can help you get back on track. I’m a novelist, singer, wannabe actor, former teacher, and Master Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach, and there’s nothing I love more than helping creative people follow their curiosity to wherever it might want to take them.

If there’s one thing I know, it’s this: curiosity may have killed the cat… but satisfaction brought it back.

Alison Green

I truly enjoyed working with Nancy, who is wonderfully patient and kind. She met me where I was on my creative journey and helped me to envision where I wanted to go next. I’m sure it’s no coincidence that in the time we were working together I found the courage to leave an unfulfilling day job and am now spending much more of my time doing the things I’m most passionate about.

— Alison Green, knitting designer and editor

Alison Green

Nina Hart by Nicole McConville

I’m a writer, and Nancy’s coaching fit me like a glove. She understands the idiosyncrasies of artists so well. Her “reframes” are expert – she always helped me turn around beliefs that don’t suit me anymore. She was also miraculously able to retrieve the perfect story, fable, or quote that fit my situation; which also freed me from my limited thinking. Lastly, she made me laugh and I left our calls feeling so much lighter and brighter and hopeful. Highly recommend.

—Nina Hart, author of Somewhere In a Town You Never Knew Existed Somewhere

Nina Hart