Creative Identity Coaching
Figure Out Your X to Y Statement For Networking, Parties, and Your Brand One-on-One with C.Note
Creativity Identity Coaching is an extension of the Press Start on Your Brand Messaging class dedicated to working with you one-on-one to determine where your message might come from, what it would be, and how that relates to your personal identity. It's a 90-minute session one-on-one with me, a seasoned freelancer of 18-years, via Zoom or phone call to answer all of your questions and fill in the blanks of the class with your specific context. This will help get you on the right path to start leveling up your personal accountability, start finding the right clients, and making those connections you so surely deserve.
Creative Identity Coaching is massively discounted if you've gone through Press Start on Your Brand Messaging class. So I encourage to go back and take that class first before you consider Creative Identity Coaching. You're welcome to pay full price and have me personally guide you through the class though an hour of your time will save you a few hundred dollars.
In Creative Identity Coaching we will:
- Determine your path of freelance or entrepreneurship.
- Examine and hone in on what your tangible goals are.
- Calibrate your understanding of living life without an instruction manual.
- Review your past or current role in the drama triangle.
- Determine how you moved through the empowerment dynamic or how you can do so now.
- Define your X to Y statement to take with you.
Once you sign up we can get started virtually right away. There will be a brief process of selecting your time and then you'll have almost immediate access to me via Voxer to start asking your question in preparation for our 90-minute chat.
If you have any questions of reservations about what you're getting into please don't hesitate to ask in the comments below.
Can't wait to talk to you and help you with your own X to Y message!
I've always had a natural ability and drive to create and sell. When I was in 4th grade I would put "Kidz Enterprizes" on the back of my book reports. In 7th grade, I would print out Pokemon screenshots of the PokeRap and sell them to my friends. As a teenager, I would sell bottled water at local events and do anything I could to make my own way. My parents owned their own advertising agency, which is where I officially got my start professionally.
I've since work in TV, Film Marketing, local businesses, and now working one-on-one with freelancers and entrepreneurs who want to fully embrace who they are in their business lives. As a creative consultant, I share my own triumphs and difficulties with tips and tricks to navigate tools, mindset and expanding creativity in a way that suits your personality.
This is where I stand today, sharing the stories of everything I've learned and harnessing them into courses, podcasts and videos to help others realize that if they allow themselves to be themselves, they can level-up their reality in no-time.
Being a nerd comes with it's own challenges growing up. I'm also an intense introvert with a propensity to favor thinking over emotions. It's been quite a challenge to connect with people based solely on my personality. I've had to develop who I am not simply just be the default version of myself that has had past difficulty connecting with others. I also have cyclothymia, a low-grade bipolar disorder, and ADHD, which present challenges in working for strict businesses and subvert common expectations. I've had to learn to set my own boundaries.
I know there are others out there with similar adversities that don't allow them to fit into the common mold so easily. For some of us, the dream to build a life of our own is a matter of it being the only possibility.
Not only that but there are plenty of people who simply want more out of life. We want to not struggle every day to pay the bills, student loans and fear that we can't pay for the next hospital visit. We want to create life on our terms and do it without sacrificing who we are.
Frankly, I teach that leaning into who we are is the quickest way to focus on what we have to offer, how we can present that, who we can connect to and how can we best serve those people.
We're all capable of love, we're all worthy of success, but it's not a guarantee. We have to take the steps towards making that happen, to put in the work. So, let's take a look, break it all down and build you back up again.