It takes a special kind of bold presence and confidence to rent out a piano room in New York City to perform a cabaret for your birthday. My guest has that kind of presence.
Laura Westman is a singer, songwriter, improv acting teacher, and a true credit to the art of life coaching. 
In this conversation, “Westy” as she’s affectionally known, shares vulnerably about what her creativity means to her, not simply as a coach, but as an artist and a human. 
I’ve known of her since before I became a coach and we’ve been friends since my coach training program – of which she’s one of the leaders. She’s an inspirational person and I’m blessed to share this intimate conversation with you.
About Laura:
Laura Westman is a certified coach for creatives and founder of the Society for Creative Navigation, community coaching for artists. Laura is a champion for those who are asking their creativity to be the deepest sense of who they are – including herself. Laura’s deepest love in life is in music. This year, she released her EP Whiskey and the Cold Nights, available on major streaming platforms and Apple Music. – Laura’s Website – The Society For Creative Navigation

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