Creativity through the lens of a Success Coach
"Creativity for me is when you're in your heart. Creativity is the pathway to enlightenment."
Barbara Daoust is an acclaimed success coach, author of "True Love, True Self: a Journey to Self-love" and inspirational speaker. Barbara shows entrepreneurs, business owners, and individuals how to break through their inner ceilings and play a bigger game in both their personal and professional lives.
She helps people learn how to re-wire their brains so that they can say goodbye to procrastination, perfectionism, and low self-worth. She is the creator of the programs, "Act Your Way to Success"; "Your Genius Code Unlocked"; and "Discover Greatness Within". She is also a certified "Thinking into Results" consultant with the Proctor/Gallagher Institute.
Barbara spent most of her career in Theatre Arts, Film and Television as a director, acting coach, writer, and producer. She now blends her 25 years of acting, directing and writing experience inspiring people to connect to the best version of themselves so that they can lead happy, productive, and fulfilled lives.
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