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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.

Emily T's watercolor of a whale

Hi Nancy – I admit I was really scared to listen to the podcast with me. I hate hearing my own voice. but it was okay! and in listening I realized I really threw a lot at you! and you responded so very helpfully. I just wanted to thank you again for your insight and vision.

Hearing my own story helped me actually understand things more, funny how we know, but we don’t really know. Our conversation really gave me perspective.

so thanks, so very much.

Emily T.

I am sad that this class is coming to an end, because it has inspired and sustained my on-going work and personal journey in so many wonderful ways. “Thank you from the bottom of my feet!” as Winnie the Pooh would say.

—Isabel P., Modern-Day Muse Group Participant

Isabel