“Your support, passion, and no bullshit approach, is such a killer combination. And your method is so creative and exciting in a way that I’ve never, ever found other coaching to be. WOW, wow, wow!” ~ Kana, Career Mentoring Intensive
Hello! I’m Janice. I’m a life coach based in New York.
I help ARTISTS, ACTORS, MAKERS, and SEEKERS start, test, tweak and finish amazing life projects.
This is where you get to translate your amazingness into a tangible, real-world project or life-changing experience. Something so fresh & original, you won’t believe it came out of YOU.
(Hey, so you want to act on Broadway, bike ride through Thailand, or build an Empire? Totally reasonable.)
This is my online home, where all the good stuff happens.
Ha. Who am I kidding? The good stuff happens offline, in real time. But this is where you can get to know me, find out how to WORK & PLAY with me, sign up for NOTES FROM THE TRAIL, and grab a free tool (or two).
I’m so happy you’re here.
Because now we get to make things.
And making things is the sweetest.
A Small Dose Of Sweet Things
TO YOUR WORLD
In the dressing room of a rickety theatre on the edge of NYC an actress once shared how she frequented the Metropolitan Museum wearing a sunflower patterned dress solely to visit Van Gogh’s iconic oil paintings of “Sunflowers.”
Her visit an act of art – or a provocative conversation with her muse?
IN THE RIGHT SETTING, OUR WORK AND OUR IDEAS UNFOLD.
Consider the likes of an indie artists trek to Marfa, Texas.
Examine the full tilt immersion of an MFA.
Or chew on a fire-eating performers residency at Coney Island.
There’s the silhouette of the coffee house writing scene, the legendary Chelsea Hotel’s Bohemians and Beats, Hemingway’s Paris, Peter Brook’s Empty Space, and the always-current South by South West’s Hipsters and Geeks.
Does is matter?
Is place fundamental to our creative influence?
I think so.
Let’s dub the pioneering artist who lives on the fringe of the industrial streets a meaningful & ripe oasis, where geography is everything, and living in a creative environment is muse enough.