Tell Stories that Open Hearts and Minds
Creative artists are in the best possible position to change the world, but some of the best projects have yet to be shared.
I’m Teri Wade, Mindset Repatterning expert and for the past 18 years I’ve been helping artists change the thoughts they think on a daily basis so they can do their most relevant and compelling work yet.
The Anatomy of Self-Doubt
Discover what really gets in your way,
in this free video:
I Work With…
It’s like therapy on speed. This process addresses the X-factor and accesses what really gets in the way of doing great work- -and resolves it.Tom Draper, Acting Teacher
I understand the challenges you face
Being an artist means being on the edge, and pushing the boundaries of our collective human consciousness.
It’s an exciting place to be, but not without its challenges.
From the outside, you face criticism, rejection, judgment, and insane amounts of pressure. But the single greatest challenge you’ll ever face as an artist is what’s happening inside of your own head.
Internal challenges present themselves as:
Depression and overwhelmed
Mental fog, confusion, and lack of direction
Crippling anxiety and stage fright
Creative blocks and mysteriously slow progress
Feeling empty, uninspired, and unfulfilled
I Can Offer a Solution
Everyone says you need to get out of your head, stop doubting yourself, and change the way you think. But it’s rare that anyone tells you how to actually do that.
Most solutions work on a surface level–which is just the tip of the iceberg. In order to repattern your thoughts, you have to go below the surface of your conscious mind, where the root cause of every block and limitation resides.
My proprietary methods eliminate the guesswork by giving you access to the inner workings of your mind and showing you how to overcome whatever blocks you may find there.
I can help you…
I do all of my private coaching by phone so we can work together
no matter where your work takes you.
Her method is astounding – she was able to hone in on issues I didn’t even know I had. I overcame stage fright and published my book, and I couldn’t have done it without her.Nina Hart, Author