Kaizen Muse Creativity Coaching®

Creativity. It’s as natural as breathing, and yet the gift of creativity can easily get lost in the day-to-day shuffle.

You know how it can go. Fabulous ideas come to you. The creative juices are flowing. You just have to get one more little thing done before you can start. Laundry, dishes, the expense reports, packing school lunches, one more email … all important life-stuff details. And then next thing you know, it’s months or years later and the ideas are still floating around … the photos are still waiting to be captured … the journal is gathering dust … the painting is still waiting to be painted. I’ve been there, done that. I understand. And I’ve learned something new. Something that has helped give me the joy of starting that blog, writing those stories, creating those books, and making the time and space to create the art that makes my heart dance.

I’m so happy to have found a way that resonates and shimmies with creative satisfaction. A way to move beyond the overwhelm, procrastination, perfectionism, doubts, and fears that can hold anyone back. And a way that honors your creative urgings and energizes your whole life with its joys and fulfillment.

I’m so excited about this. As a busy (twirling!) graphic designer/writer/editor/marketing consultant/wife/mom/mixed-media artist, Creativity Coaching helped me re-imagine and renew my own myriad passions, and act on my inspirations. I’d love to help you dance a new dance with your creativity—and find the time and space for the life-enhancing, playful, world-changing, and empowering creative freedoms you were meant to enjoy on a regular basis.


My guidance is based on the Kaizen Muse ™ Creativity Coaching method. Kaizen is a Japanese word that means “continuous improvement with small steps”. A Muse is a bearer of creative inspiration—someone who helps enliven and encourages all your creative work (and play!) with more fun. Kaizen Muse™ Creativity Coaching was founded by author/illustrator/speaker/workshop leader Jill Badonsky, M.Ed., with added elements from Dr. Robert Maurer and his book, One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way.

Clients from all over the world enjoy creativity coaching sessions, which are held on the telephone, in complete privacy, and scheduled at a time that works comfortably for you. Schedule an introductory call today. I look forward to answering any questions and sharing my experience and insights about how this method of coaching works in all areas of life—and especially in helping your creative dreams find new zing!  Your creative dreams deserve time, attention, and fulfillment in a lighthearted, less pressure-some, full-on-fun way that helps you have more good times moving forward with that project that’s been calling you for awhile now!

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Introductory Package of 4 Weekly Sessions  |  $680

•  Introduction to Creativity Coaching and Kaizen Muse philosophy

•  Introductory questionnaire to help design the optimal creative game plan for you

•  Four 45-50 minute weekly sessions

•  Follow-up emails, personalized for each call

•  A copy of Jill Badonsky’s The Muse Is In: An Owner’s Manual to Your Creativity book

•  A copy of Dr. Robert Maurer’s One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way book


Ongoing Creativity Coaching Packages of 8 Weekly Sessions | $960

•  Eight 45-50 minute weekly sessions

•  Custom, personalized follow-up emails for each call

•  Official souvenir t-shirt and key chain (okay, just kidding about that part … what size do you wear?)


Investing in finding ways to enjoy and energize your creative dreams is an investment in a fuller, richer life.

More smiles, more Aha’s, more deeply satisfied and sweet sighs. More mojo. Less pressure. 


Introductory Call | Special Rate: $75

Write to me at paulaboydfarrington (at) yahoo (dot) com to schedule an introductory call before another day slips away—let the creative party begin!


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