I’m out to change Belief Systems (BS) and we artists need a change that matches our passion and meets our purpose.
I didn’t think it was even possible. To be a successful artist just seemed so unreal. Or so I was told when I announce at the tender age of 10 that I was going to grow up and be an Artist. Shot done before I even had a chance.
Well. I’m back! 40 some years later and I’m doing this thing! Nice to know I’m not alone in wanting to make this change.
Don’t forget to keep having fun and don’t believe it when people tell you it has to be hard. It does not have to be anything unless you believe it to be true.
Talk to you Later!
PS: Below is a just one of the ways I bring creativity into my business planning.
I call these Playsheets and if you want to play, I’ve made them available through my Free Creative Club.
Karen Dawn specializes in facilitating coCreative learning experiences in Visual Art Journaling with a focus on building supportive communities for women of all skill levels.
Karen has been teaching Visual Art Journaling since 2015. She is a self taught artist who enthusiastically shares her talents and passion for creativity.
Karen earned her certificate in coaching from the Coach Training Alliance in 2008 as well as taking additional classes in addiction recovery coaching from Sober.com.
In 2017 Karen studied with Jill Badonsky, taking both the Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach training and her Muse Group Facilitator class training.
Karen also completed Eric Maisel’s Introduction to Creativity Coach Training. Eric Maisel is the known as the founder of Creativity Coaching.
These days you can find Karen teaching classes at the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell, WA.