Here are some statements about creativity that might be useful in a handout.
- Creativity is…
- Surfing the wave of change
- Creating the future
- Finding a needle in the haystack of mundane ideas
- Looking at the world as if it were new
- Moving forward in a positive direction
- Creativity requires…
- New information
- Vision, passion, courage
- The energy that comes from commitment
- Creativity feeds on …
- Big Challenges
- Freedom to explore
- Creativity is like…
- Physical fitness- talking about it does not make it happen
- No risk no innovation
Life is a series of turning points- an accumulation of little action steps that lead to surprises and adventures.
Possibilities can be looked as different paths on an open road. One path might lead to the status quo and the other to the many other possibilities in life. The creative potential is always there, and the client is the one making the decision to make it happen (or not) through their actions. Coaching for creativity and reinvention is a wonderful method. What really counts is what the client will do next. There really is no rush, by starting to envision possibilities and new solutions to reinvention, action is taken. It doesn’t mean the client knows exactly what they want to do; it means they have moved from trying into action.
Growing up in Europe and living both in the US and abroad, Nori’s life has always been about change and discovery. She has traveled the world as the child of Expats, learning new languages and cultures, and finding inspiration in the people and places around her. These connections have shaped her perspective, guiding her towards a better understanding of who she is and where she wants to be.
Knowing first hand how transformational it has been to find her own clear purpose and direction, and she is committed to helping others discover their unique pathways to inner peace. Her own transition into coaching was motivated by a time of profound introspection, but in many ways the journey had begun years before. When her position as a corporate executive was abruptly "scaled back" due to the economy, she found herself searching for meaning in all of the chaos. She knew she wanted something more from life. Nori needed the fulfillment of a career that felt in tune with the true vision she had of herself as a person. Nori looked into her 27 years of working in recovery and acknowledged that her gift had always been in helping others define and develop their own dreams.
As an ICA student, Nori is here to create a safe space for you to dig deep and identify who you are and how you can live your best life. She believes each one of us has a calling and that the key to health and happiness is in clarifying and nurturing that inner voice. She will ask you powerful questions and provide you with the tools to determine what you want and how you're going to achieve those goals. Nori’s life mission is to help you uncover and discover yours.
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