I'm launching my new creative career coaching service today!

Sheila Chandra - Monday, January 01, 2018

It's January!

I'm finally launching my new creative career coaching service - just in time to help anyone professionally involved in the arts to realise their New Year dreams....

Are you an artist? What are you hoping to achieve in 2018? Do you have a concrete plan to get there? Do you know anyone who needs help with their creative career?

I'm the creative career coach with 40 years' experience in the arts - who mentored street artist Stik from homelessness to international acclaim. Let me help get your creative career on track.

Together we can:

  • free up your creative process
  • foster creative well-being for the long term
  • clarify your goals and career aspirations
  • find strategies and resources to get you to them
  • help you find the motivation you need in order to persevere
  • reframe, so that you can move forward.

Find out more about how coaching and mentoring with me work here .

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