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Creativity from the Inside Out

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Most of us don’t consider ourselves to be creative geniuses. In fact, some of us believed it when someone told us that we are not creative in any way.  Perhaps it’s time for each of us to take a look at our own abilities and talents. Therefore, on this show we will talk about creativity from the inside out.

Who says you’re not creative?

Do you think you need to paint, dance, sing or write to be creative? Think again, because, on Thursday’s creativitySelf Improvement show, Cathy Wild will dispel your doubts about your personal creativity and show you the steps in the creative process that you can take.  Further, she will show you how creativity already resides within you. Her website states “There’s a depth you’re meant to explore. A flow you’re meant to find where treasures await discovery. Take a transforming journey into the heart of who you are. Unlock and access your creativity, power, joy, and more. Delve below the surface of your life, supported by intuitive guidance, earned wisdom, directed light—from a calming, focused partner you can trust: Cathy Wild.” Counselor. Creator. Catalyst. Let’s dive in together.”

This is an invitation to tune in and join me for the dive.

About Cathy Wild

Cathy Wild is a pioneer in somatic counseling, the expressive arts, and the field of life coaching, Recognizing her expertise, PBS featured her as a creativity expert on the PBS television series, In the Prime. In addition, for many years, she wrote Wild Ideas, a column about personal growth and creative living that inspired her award-winning book, “WILD IDEAS: Creativity from the Inside Out.” Today, her life’s work has deepened and evolved into Body-Centered Healing— a dynamic, experiential process that supports clients on a profound personal journey of transformation. The results? Focus, inspiration, a sense of well-being—and, most importantly, the ability to shift formerly intractable patterns that tend to undermine our confidence and ability to engage. https://cathywild.com

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