Success is Sweetest

“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

Stacks: What I’m Reading

Words Without Music is  Glass’s deep, detailed account of his artistic life, and the evolution of many well known, and well loved theater makers, composers, painters, and dancers. It’s a story of a Jewish kid growing up in Baltimore, who studies in Chicago, then Juilliard, and later in Paris and India, and back again to New York City’s East Village where he drives a cab, raise kids, and through decades of hard work and study becomes a world renowned composer — it is a story of music and movement and the energy of New York City.


Shed. It. Baby.

When we’re stuck on a particular outcome, and attached to only one way of doing and seeing things, we begin to suffer.


That shiny new object you just put on your credit card, how’s that working for you?

You know that box you’ve been carting from apartment to apartment and how about that attitude?

Be it sugar, social media, or mindset – it’s good to question your comfortable assumptions.

What’s broken?
What’s past its due date?
What’s in the way and slowing you down?

Get fiercely curious.

If something in your world doesn’t fit (the house is too big and the clothes are too small)

mo’ stuff. mo’ problems.

shed. it. baby.

Because less ‘stuff’ means less distraction, less debt, less trash, less noise, less stress, and more happiness.


Consider making a shed pledge… Yep.

Last year, I gave up hedging. Just like that.

This year, I pledge to let go of alcohol, magazine stacks, and days without sunshine.

Get still.
Put it all back into question.
Think of 3 things you’ll shed and then fill in this pledge

No Mo’ Extra!

I pledge to shed:

1. ______
2. ______
3. ______

Don’t you feel lighter already?

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