Trailblazer Tribe Live is a free online facebook community hosted by award-winning coach for creatives Nicky Moran and former music journalist and storytelling expert Beverley Glick. Our goal is to create events and offer training to help ambitious creatives, entrepreneurial freedom-lovers, marketing rebels and artistic souls raise their profile in an enjoyable and authentic way. To join, please go to: Trailblazer Tribe.
Are you a creative who’d love to feel more comfortable promoting your work? Would you like to be more magnetic and attract more curiosity when you describe what you do? Then join us on Tuesday 29th January in London’s prestigious private members’ club, The Library, to learn how to stand out and be noticed. We’ll teach you all about our creative archetypes and how to feel more grounded.
Date: Tuesday 29 January at 7.00-10.00pm
112 St Martins Lane, Covent Garden
London WC2N 4BD
Tickets are limited. Please purchase your ticket in advance.
Nicky Moran is an award winning coach and trainer for creative professionals. She’s helped hundreds of ambitious creatives rocket fuel their careers and become successful on their own terms. She has worked with musicians, composers, artists, actors, photographers and writers to help them develop their profiles and achieve a high level of success. She has helped people get an agents, more prestigious clients, complete important creative projects and raise their profile online and in the press.
With a background in PR, journalism and leadership training, she helps her clients to get clarity on their unique strengths and build inspiring lives and careers.
Beverley started her long career in the media as a rock music journalist in the early 80s, coining the term The New Romantics and doing the first major interviews with bands like Spandau Ballet and Duran Duran. She went on to become the editor of a pop magazine called Record Mirror before making the move into national newspapers, where she worked as a features writer, editor and columnist for publications including The Observer, The Sunday Telegraph and The Sunday Express. More recently she qualified as a life coach and now works as a public speaking coach and trainer specialising in storytelling, and runs her own practice helping people tell stories that build their profile.
“There’s a lot of people who are working in little silos, as kind of lone wolves, here there and everywhere. So something like Trailblazer Tribe Live is particularly important because I can spend days and days and days in development, where you don’t talk to anyone. You’ve got to be able to bounce things off a lot of other people. And that’s why talking shops like this are just heaven for me. Everyone you ever meet knows something that you don’t. So do yourself a favour and talk to people. And if it doesn’t happen naturally, then come to something like this and have it done at gunpoint!”
– Chris Cowey, TV producer (former producer of Top of the Pops)
“I’m around creative people a lot with my work but tonight was very different. Hearing other creatives telling their stories – there were a lot of little soundbites that really resonated with me.”
– Nick Phillips, composer
“Thank you for hosting such a fabulous event! I spoke to some very inspiring people, learned more than a few useful creative snippets and drank some lovely gin in the company of a stuffed polar bear. These don’t tend to me things I do every night!”
– Nina Jervis, freelance writer
“Wow Nicky, what a FABULOUS evening!! I loved every minute. Such a great crowd of people – thanks so much to you and Bev for putting it together. Well done – amazing job. It was a really important – possibly life-changing night for me, too. To stand up and own my story, to acknowledge the struggle but also the gifts within it, and to see that I was able to inspire others at the same time – was just huge. I feel that the experience has moved the energy within me, and I’ve been flying ever since.”
– Pearl Bates, artist and storyteller