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Harvest Time

September 21, 2012

Harvest Time I spotted these hay bales on a recent trip to Ninebanks, on the trail of my ancestors. For me, each bale represents one generation of the family I am researching. During the last few days hay bales have sprouted like mushrooms in the fields where I live, a sign that farmers are busy with Harvest time.

As the seasons turn to Autumn I thought this was a good time to announce a new strand to my business: Coaching for Creatives.

Building on more than twenty years as an educator in a wide range of settings and various subjects, I trained this summer to become a relational dynamic coach with Performance Coach Training Ltd. and Relational Dynamics 1st Ltd.

The challenge for me was coping with the sights, sounds and heat of London around the time of the Olympics. The training was aimed at ‘Coaching for Writers’ and organised in conjunction with N.A.W.E. and Arvon.

As I have spent the past few years in an environment which incubates emerging creative and digital businesses, I am extending my reach to encompass creative practitioners from a whole range of disciplines. My focus is on enabling people to develop their creativity, as this is at the core of each person’s creative practice. Details about this service can be found on the new ‘Coaching for Creatives’ page of this blog.

‘Coachees’ are one crop that I hope to harvest during the course of the coming year. With this in mind, I have also set up a Coaching for Creatives page on my facebook account which you can find at judithlesley.marshall@facebook.com. Sign up to the page if you would like to participate in a coaching journey with me. In the meantime you might like to consider what kind of crop you wish to harvest during the coming months.

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2 Comments
  1. This sounds like an excellent new venture Judith. I’m sure many writers can benefit from the oppportunity to discuss their practice and set goals for the future. Writing can be a lonely path and one beset with obstacles. As writers when we read or publish our work in any way we inevitably put oursleves in a vulnerable place and it is sometimes easy to become deterred or distracted from the outcomes we’re seeking. I’m looking forward very much to my introductory session.

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