Meet Your Mischief Maker

caricatureHello, my name is Jessica and I love helping healing and creative entrepreneurs bring their work into the world. After nearly fifteen years in corporate marketing and program management, I’ve learned plenty about how to turn your big ideas into concrete reality. Using my innate curiosity, humor, and a spooky ability to see the future, I’ll help you bust through blocks, rip through resistance, and take the spaghetti mess in your head of vague visions, daring dreams, and delicious desires and turn them into a beautiful platform off of which you can launch your life and business.

Ready to answer those simple questions in life: Who am I and what do I stand for?

Then let’s make some mischief, shall we?

But Wait! There’s More!

In my many years of working with healing and creative entrepreneurs, I’ve noticed that we all hit a place in our own healing and creative processes that makes us feel stuck—like no progress in our life or business is being made at all. It often prompts deep introspection and reflection: How did I get here? Where am I going? Did anybody bring a pizza?

Poet John O’Donohue calls this period the “Interim Time.” In his poem of the same name he says:

The path you took to get here has washed out;
The way forward is still concealed from you.

“The old is not old enough to have died away;
The new is still too young to be born.”

It is in this in-between time where we can lose our confidence and feel deeply lost and terribly confused about how we got here and where we are going. No one wants to be in this place, but paradoxically it is the place where we most often find ourselves, in the truest sense of the word. This threshold may feel dark—your guiding lantern throws only a short shadow—but this is a fertile void. In it, a powerful transformation is occurring, even if it feels like nothing is happening at all.

As an Interfaith Minister-in-Training, my job is to be your lantern keeper—to help tend your light as you learn how to press ahead, even though the way forward feels dim, uncertain, and—at times—scary. I’ll accompany you as we move together towards a new dawn for your life and business and don’t worry: I’ll bring the pizza.