When Canvas Creek began I knew I wanted to have an impact on the world and to train coaches to do the same. People told me, “this could be big” but I didn’t want BIG for the sake of big. I wanted to have an impact. I’ve tried several things, perfected the process, the training, and now, here we are. My vision for a country in pain.
I see Canvas Creek as a movement of moms, dads, grandparents and older siblings who speak to students about creating their experience. Business coaches who help people understand that each person, each element is important to the whole work they do together.
People who help facilitate workshops full of laughter and acceptance.
High energy coaches who will show students how to behave instead of what not to do.
“This was the first time a program didn’t trick us. Usualy we’re having a good time and BAM, “don’t do drugs!”. You told us what to do, treated us like we had a brain, and everyone appreciated it.”
Coaches full of wisdom who will help people embrace their strengths and differences at work.
“As I was painting I realized this was not for me, it was for us, and that if I actually collaborated we could create something beautiful together. I’m taking that back to the office!”
Together we will give participants a firm and loving vision for their tomorrow. For their high school experience. For family relationships. For work life.
An ability to say, “I know you. I value you.” and most importantly, “I see you.”
I hope you’ll join me on this journey. It’s sure to be a BIG one.