One to One Coaching
If you’re ready to make some real progress but you need support, advice and accountability then one to one coaching might be the solution.
As an artist advisor for organisations like The Roundhouse and Serious, the one thing everyone I’ve worked with has in common is that it’s really hard to be objective about your own work and ideas. You’re not alone, I promise!
The coaching process I’ve developed is challenging and robust, so if you’re hoping I’m going to do all of the work for you or let you off the hook it’s not for you! Luckily it’s also enjoyable and produces results, so if you’re not afraid of a little hard work read on.
I’ll send you a series of questions to answer to get a sense of where you are, where you want to be, and what current challenges you’re facing.
We’ll have 2 x hour long Skype sessions per month to discuss what you’re working on, how it’s going, how you’re feeling about it, and to answer any questions you might have.
I’ll send you audio recordings of all sessions, so that you have a record of what we discussed to refer back to whenever you like.
There will be homework, and I will be checking you did it!
Weekly email check-ins
We’ll check in via email once a week so I can find out how you’re progressing, nudge you if you need it, and encourage you if you’re feeling daunted.
At the end of the process I’ll write a report outlining the progress you’ve made, challenges you’ve overcome and what you might want to tackle in the future.
The minimum timeframe I suggest is 3 months, and you’ll need to set aside 2-3 hours per week set aside for calls, email check-ins and completing your homework. As with anything, the more you put in the more you’ll get out of it.
A limited number of places will open twice a year, the next available dates will be in April.
The cost per month is £400.
If you’re ready to invest in yourself and do the work to transform your career but you need someone to push, advise and encourage you, hit the button below to join the waiting list. Please note there is no obligation once you sign up, but you will receive helpful tips and tools whilst you wait.
It was super helpful. I don't think it could have been more helpful. Real insight and clarity on how to make decisions on where investment could/should be made.
Using creative methods, Amelia challenged me to think deeper about my existing beliefs which may have been hindering me. I was able to examine imbalances in my personal relationships as well as my concepts about spending money. I've gained clarity of how my values will shape and reflect in my business. Amelia advised I start small and continue to build upon that rather than to overwhelm myself with huge plans (which is something I tend to do). Amelia is a great listener, I felt really comfortable and very supported.
Amelia is warm, empathetic, and wise. She encouraged me to attend to the fear that's been blocking my path, as well as to make a list of the "can-do" rather than the "to-do," and delved into her own vulnerabilities to relate to my situation, urging me to find a way to push beyond them.
As always I go into these things wanting practical tips on practical things a sort of "how to" step guide. However it always goes deeper than that because thats who I am and thats what I’m trying to create. I appreciated Amelia's sensitivity and kindness. It created a human connection and a sense of security from one professional to another.
Want To Work Together on Something Else?
I’ve worn many many hats over the years, so if you have me in mind to work with you in some capacity, please see the lists below explaining the kind of work I do currently.
Yes please! I’d like to:
Write for/ feature in your publication
Be a guest on a podcast/ radio show
Write a press release/ bio
Write a music funding application
Curate an event
Design a marketing strategy
Design a Squarespace site
Judge funding applications
Teach DIY artist marketing/ fundraising
Speak on/ moderate a panel
Contact me at: email@example.com
Not at the moment thank you:
Music reviews/ bookings through putmeonit.com
Unpaid board memberships
Unpaid work in general, including “going for a coffee to pick my brains about [see list]“