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Getting On With Things

I have learned, as a rule of thumb, never to ask whether you can do something. Say, instead, that you are doing it. Then fasten your seat belt. The most remarkable things follow. ~ Julia Cameron

Just a wee reminder that the Studio Space is now open.

Without entirely being able to put my finger on the why, there is something about the right blend of structure and space… the mixture of interaction, encouragement, feedback, support… something about making a commitment… that makes it easier to move into the doing.

And that’s a great thing to watch, share in, and be a part of.

If you’re interested: it’s a virtual studio (on Ning) where you can test ideas, explore and experiment, and share emerging pieces of work with a small group of other creative pioneers.

It’s not just focused on writing but could include other creative work like music, painting or photography, or indeed aspects of the creative process that you’re exploring as you build a business, or a teaching practice, or a community.

Participation includes unlimited e-mail support from me: coaching on tap, in effect, when you need it to navigate your way past an obstacle, figure out the next step, or practice a bit of being kind to yourself ;-)

There are still a few places available at the charter member price - a reduced rate of $10 for the first month for those of you who join early and help to shape the space.

If you’ve any questions please do let me know.

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