June 6, 2019
Understand the Mysteries of the Creative Process

Hi Creative Seeker,  

Thank you for signing up for the Three Ways to Un-procrastinate Yourself or for being a Frequent Subscriber- The 3 Ways are summarized at the bottom. Here is the Zoom recording -

 
Here is a quick version of what I covered about the how the Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching Training works:
 
 
1. Become a Creative Junkie
Only in understanding the dynamics of creativity can you untangle stuck places, gain self-confidence, and steer your passion to mastery. You can’t help but fall in love with creativity in this training.
 
2. Be a Blockbuster 
You will become aware of how creativity works, what blocks are normal in the process, how we can navigate around blocks including procrastination, perfectionism, low self-confidence, difficulty focusing, feelings of overwhelm, resistance, too many ideas, the accumulation of unfinished projects, staying creative amid life changes, and losing your creative mojo. You gain mastery at overcoming blocks.
 
3. Be a Part of the Journey
designed to heighten your awareness, intuition, mindfulness, resourcefulness, and strengths, therefore giving you the power to navigate around the fear, habits, harsh self-talk, resistance, and pressure that are normally encountered in the process. Experience creative mastery that leads to passion and perseverance and the desire to help others do the same.



Explore Tools That are Uniquely Designed to Make Creativity Mindful and Easier

 1. Apply the Tools to Your Own Process KMCC tools are creative in and of themselves and produce change by shifting self-talk in a way that’s both realistic and sustained past the usual period where people forget or give-up. Through practice, exposure, repetition, Reminder Journals and asking the kind of questions, effortlessly get your subconscious working on the side of your creativity and not your fears and habits. Talking about creativity gives it more significance and therefore substance in your life.
 
2. Discover How Mindfulness Frees Creativity
Discover how creative and mindfulness approaches from the Nine Modern Day Muses (and a Bodyguard), The Muse is IN, Guided Daydreams, Reframes, Parallel Universe Time, the Four-part Belief Maker, in-session creative expression, and intuitively loaded small questions lead to creative freedom. And the tolerance muscle sets you free.
 
3. Discover the Power of Kaizen
Understand how small steps, lowering expectations, mind-sculpting, and repetition create habits that make showing up for your creativity more effortless. Experience how to work with the resistant, sensitive, and idiosyncratic needs of the creative person.

 
Put Kaizen-Muse Creativity in Motion Your Own Way with Added Support
 1. Employ Creativity Coaching Techniques to Build Your Own Practice
Using the kind and gentle, intuitive and expansive KMCC Logistics and Marketing techniques, venture out into the world to liberate and inspire others to find their creative dreams. Experience how you can do this without feeling overwhelmed, pressured or derailed by comparison and fears.
 
2. Practice KMCC techniques
With guidance, support, identification and reinforcement of your own strengths, experience, and ingenuity, design your own approach to attracting customers and building a practice.
 
3. Be Part of the KMCC Community
Be supported and receive rich, playful and practical continuing education in a non-competitive, inspiring community of likeminded individuals.
Become a Certified Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach

Next Training: August 12 - December 2, 2019
This is the last chance to take the training without a prerequisite. Starting in January their will be a lower cost "journey" that will be a prerequisite for the KMCC coaching training.

 
If you would like to invest in your creativity and in your desire to share creative freedom with the world, here's your chance. I'd be so happy to be your guide and you receive your own 1:1 coaching during the training.
 
 
Put down a $500 deposit or pay in full by Monday, June 10 for the January training and to reward your ability to triumph over procrastination,

be included in a complimentary Summer Creative Workshop that unlocks ways to make creativity easier and receive your own SO WHAT MUG. You can also sign-up after that if you need to think about it.
 
Payment Plans available. After a deposit you can break it down to four payments or I work with you to make it feasible.
 
 
 
$500 deposit 
 
 
 Email or message me with any questions, concerns, epiphanies
 
 
 
 
Pay the full price up front  and save $100 $2570

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"The design of the Kaizen Muse Coaching is unique; like nothing else I've ever seen in the coaching world. One of the most useful parts of the Training Manual is the section on 'Kaizen Muse Creativity Coaching Ten Tools.'These tools operate in a different part of the brain from what's accessed in coaching for 'results' or 'performance.'
The tools are effective with clients at any stage of development, and they can be taken off the shelf the minute the coach recognizes a pattern of thinking or behaving. Specific applications of each tool are provided with detailed instructions. What can I say: It's a gold mine!!!"
 
Shirley Anderson, MS, MCC, IAC-CC, Master Certified Coach, International Coach Federation; Certified Coach, IAC, International Association of Coaches
Faculty
 Jill Badonsky, M.Ed. has been coaching since 1997 and developed the Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching training in 2004.  She has a background in psychiatric Occupational Therapy, Educational Media and Instructional Design, Marketing and leading workshops, classes and retreats all over the country.

 
She has written and performed a full-length one woman show, had art shows, run open mikes, and cooks gourmet meals for special events in her home.
 
She is also a certified yoga teacher with 25 years experience in corporate, penal and retreat settings.
 
She is the author/illustrator of The Nine Modern Day Muses (and a Bodyguard): 10 Guides to Creative Inspiration,  The Awe-manac: A Daily Dose of Wonder, and The Muse is IN: An Owner's Manual to Your Creativity. Find her on Amazon.
 
She lives in San Diego with two cats and a bougainvillea and runs a retreat in Taos New Mexico twice a year.
 
Dr. Robert Maurer: Renown UCLA Psychologist and Author of The Kaizen Way is an adjunct faculty, teaching a class and openly accessible to all students. More about him here.

 
Find Jill on Facebook and Instagram. She has no idea what she's doing on Twitter so don't bother.  info@themuseisin.com
Three Ways to Un-procrastinate Yourself
 
1. Creativity is a return to yourself. Have you ever procrastinated and triumphed? Ask yourself what's worked in the past? What else could work? Move yourself from victim to master by plugging into your own strengths. It's more important that taking ANY advice from someone else. I share what works for me during the teleconference.
 
2. Obsess about what you love about the process. We like to focus on what hasn't worked. If you focus on what you love, and what you GET TO do... it's hard NOT to show-up. But you must lower expectations and break it down to steps so small it's hard NOT to do it, for instance: Ask a question, point yourself toward your task, just do 30 seconds. These things create a momentum that keeps you going and doesn't immobilize you.
 
3. Be part of a structure: Team up with a pal, take a class, create a deadline, go to a retreat. We creative people need a place to show-up or we will float around endlessly 
 
We took a poll, the three highest areas of procrastination were Social Media and the smart phone, feeling immobilized, AND over responsibility. I talk about how social media and cyber-distractions (social media and email) can be killing your creativity and how to handle it without abandoning your self-esteem.
 
Ask yourself: How can I make it easier? How can I make it more fun"
 
 

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The Muse is IN  •  Kensington  •  San Diego, CA 92116

http://www.kaizenmuse.com

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