1. I created this series to give you all the common ground that comes from finding (and achieving!) your grown-up, passionate career.

    Easily digestable.

    Super actionable.

    This is what I’ve experienced first-hand since deciding to give up my 20 year old dream of being a Broadway Baby about 10 years ago.

    It’s also what I’ve found comes up over and over again for the creative women I’ve personally coached – about 250 of them – in the last 5 years.

    Click Play above for The 1st Way To Discover Work That Feels Like Play (and yes, it’s first for a reason – it’s because I feel that it’s the most important piece!)

    (And for All the Resources on this, check your email that came with the Day 1 video!)

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  2. The second way to Discover Work That Feels Like Play is a lesson I learned back when I was an actor - way later than I wish I would have.

    Y’see, all my classes and teachers taught us how to “blend in”, even if it went against the type of roles we usually were cast in.

    For me, it was about singing “the pretty song” as opposed to the loud and fun one.

    To dress in a certain way to look like the other 400+ 22 year old women who were auditioning for my part as opposed to wearing something that reflected my personality.

    It wasn’t until I owned my uniquity that I got more auditions, more callbacks, and more job offers.

    You’ve probably noticed that I’ve applied this to my business from the get-go (pink ukuleles and “amazeballs”, anyone?), and I know it’s the foundation of my thriving coaching career, speaking engagements, and book deal.

    If you believe that finding your uniquity is key but…
    …you don’t think there’s anything unique about you…
    …you worry that owning your uniquity will make you a slimy used car salesman type…
    …you’re afraid that “repelling” possible clients/customers/companies will lead ya to being a bag lady…

    ...then you need to click play above and discover how uniquity is connected to your grown-up, passionate career (and how you can unveil yours in a painless way!).

    (And for All the Resources on this, check your email that came with the Day 2 video!)

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  3. When you think of being a grown-up, what comes to mind?

    For me, it’s a librarian-type spinster.

    Gray hair in a bun.

    Thick glasses.

    No makeup.

    A “respectable” gray (or black or brown) business suit.

    Constantly “shush”-ing everyone around her and ruining All The Fun.

    Although I’ve decided to name my business When I Grow Up, I don’t buy into that strict, boring librarian-type as the adult we all have to turn into...

    ...and I have a feeling that you don’t, either.

    Click Play above to see what I encourage ya to do today despite the fact that you’re a “grown-up!”

    (And for All the Resources on this, check your email that came with the Day 3 video!)

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  4. Renaissance Soul.

    Multi-potentialite.

    Job-hopper.

    Scanner.

    Call it what ya want, but when you feel you constantly like/have worked on/wanna work on All The Things, it could put a real gray cloud over the grown-up, passionate Career (capital C!) you’re yearning for.

    I know you think you’re flaky.

    That you might have undiagnosed ADD.

    That you can’t be relied on to finish what you start.

    That you’ll never be taken seriously by a potential employer or client.

    95% of my clients classify as Renaissance Souls, as do I.

    If this sounds like you, make sure you click Play above to see how your multiple interests can be a blessing in your dream career.

    (And for All the Resources on this, check your email that came with the Day 4 video!)

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  5. “I like a lot of random things but I’m not passionate about anything in particular. I think.”

    “Is it OK to not feel Passionate? I don’t think I’m passionate about anything.”

    “I always get stuck when it comes to questions about my passion. I guess I never really understood what it means.”

    “Passion is a really loaded word for me. I don’t like to use it.”

    Any of the above sound like you?

    I know that, for some of you, “passion” is an extra scary word.

    Is it possible to have a career that you feel is a dream without feeling passionate about anything?

    Click Play to find out!

    (And for All the Resources on this, check your email that came with the Day 5 video!)

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I created this series to give you all the common ground that comes from finding (and achieving!) your grown-up, passionate career.

Easily digestable.

Super actionable.

This is what I’ve experienced first-hand since deciding to give up my 20 year…


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I created this series to give you all the common ground that comes from finding (and achieving!) your grown-up, passionate career.

Easily digestable.

Super actionable.

This is what I’ve experienced first-hand since deciding to give up my 20 year old dream of being a Broadway Baby about 10 years ago.

It’s also what I’ve found comes up over and over again for the creative women I’ve personally coached – about 250 of them – in the last 5 years.

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