Feb 6, 2015
Event Type: Webinars
Col ’77, Grad ’81
Wondering where your mojo went and how to get it back? Looking for ways to move from burnout (reactive & resentful inertia) to mojo (creative & joyful momentum)? Creativity is accessible to everyone! You can develop a sense of creativity and play which leads to confidence, power and authenticity. You can have the joyful momentum that comes from creating a life you love.
In this webinar, Ginger Moran will talk about why the things you’ve been doing to cultivate success – working harder, getting more organized, reading another self-help book, buying more clothes, getting a new house or job, trying to lose weight [again] – are probably missing a crucial component: inner direction. She will walk you through an exercise to tap into your creativity, find your authentic self, and reach your success.
Ginger Moran (Col ’77, Grad ’81) is a writer as well as a life, creativity, and book coach. She has used the philosophy and tools in this webinar to create her own story of success and can’t wait to show you how! She has a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Houston on top of her BA and MA in English from UVA. She has taught at the University of Houston, Spring Hill College, Fisk University, and UVA and her life took an exciting turn when she got her certifications as a Martha Beck Life Coach and as a KMCC creativity coach. Ginger has published fiction and memoir in The Virginia Quarterly Review, Feminist Studies, salon.com, Oxford American and other journals, and has published her first novel, The Algebra of Snow. Ginger currently writes, coaches, and teaches classes in memoir, fiction writing, and publishing at UVA and JMU. She lives in the Shenandoah Valley with her zoo and proudly claims two grown sons whenever she can get her hands on them.