Consulting with small business owners and analytical individuals since 2006, I’m ready to bring this to virtual spaces, and that’s what this page is about.
We talk. We talk some more.
There will back-and-forth exchanges and lots of worksheets from my in-house toolkits at Design Kompany, for you to read and look at, in between our calls and meetings. I draw from 20 years’ experience in conversation hosting through various channels: salons, roundtables, popups, artworks, writing, and journalism.
Through the experience, we’ll open up new ‘rooms’ for you to explore. You don’t know what you don’t know, as they say. We’ll go look. When you see these spaces, and find out what happens when you cross new thresholds, something cool happens.
New insight. New angles on old problems. New awareness of what you didn’t know was there, in places you did not know you could go and look. These things open quite large, beautiful possibilities.
The reason I do what I do is that there is such a fabulous reward in seeing how people enjoy the experience of engaging very fully, and meaningfully, with these new awarenesses and insights. It’s different for each individual, of course, but I’ve seen major changes in life designs happen as a result of our dialogues.
Changing jobs, moving across the country, or ending or starting a new relationship with someone, too. Where life and work overlap is where the raw, hard, and important questions get asked. And answered, when you make time to reflect, and consider them. I can help with this. Through the creative process that design uses, we can find our way to an ‘a-ha’ moment. It’s fun, informal, relaxed, and peer-to-peer. It’s not therapy. It’s not a one-size-fits-all approach. It’s very real, and it works when the fit is right.
Let’s see if we are a fit.
You can book time to talk with me for a short introduction to one another and explore how we might be able to work together.
We can start there.
- Here’s where to book a time.
- You can also contact me through LinkedIn. My profile page is:
- Email is also OK for me. You can use this form: