Project Coaching And consulting

For people who want to Earn a living doing what they Love

Write • Publish • Speak

If you have creative ambitions you'd like to achieve; let's explore how you can direct your goals into reality and design your life so you can do the work you love on your own terms. Your first hour-session is free.

James Navé a passionate traveler and a compassionate companion to those he meets. I have known and worked with him for over twenty years. His work as a writer, storyteller, teacher, and exemplar is an important force for change.
— Julia Cameron author of The Artist's Way

In our work together, we'll use The Artist's Way as your creative text, the Imaginative Storm system as your generative method, and Appreciative Inquiry's strategic steps of discover, dream, design, and deliver as your career guide.

You'll employ four steps in your work:

1) Narrative = Create your best stories. 

2) Authority = Expand your knowledge. 

3) Voice = Build content in your own style. 

4) Expansion = Publish, Speak, Broadcast.

 Learn how the Imaginative Storm generative system works.

You can apply this approach to all creative projects.

 
 
 
 

MY BACKGROUND HIGHLIGHTS

• MFA in Poetry from Vermont College

• The Taos Poetry Festival Director

• The Taos Storytelling Festival Director

• The LEAF Festival Poetry Slam-Master

• Founder of Poetry Alive! Theater Company

• Host of Twice 5 Miles Radio - WPVMFM

• The Artist's Way Creativity Camp Director, over ten years of  partnership with Julia Cameron

• Founding member of TEDxNewYork Salon

• Memorized more than 600 poems

• Performed over a two thousand shows 

• Workshop director for clients including: Timex; Duke University; National Council of Teachers of English; PepsiCo; the National University of Ireland, Galway; Ogilvy; Outward Bound, Gettliffe Architecture, Boulder; International Schools of Africa; and LKB Executive Coaching Associates, Paris. 

Navé a superb poet and a unique individual full of soul and wisdom: that rare kind you don’t come across very often and when you do, you want to hang around and listen. He gave me the keys to unlock the doors I didn’t dare open. I have a lot to thank him for and anyone who gets an opportunity to work with him should seize it.
— Petra Khashoggi, Novelist