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Using intuition in uncertain times

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The third in our series of free online webinars to support musicians and music professionals during the COVID-19 crisis, hosted by Remi Harris MBE.

Session overview

Aimed at creatives and those who support creatives and work in the wider creative industry who are fearful, anxious or overwhelmed due to the extraordinary times we are living through – or are feeling so uncertain about what action to take, they aren’t taking any.

The session will cover:

  • Intuition as an antidote to panic, anxiety, catastrophising and paralysing uncertainty – and why it’s the best way to deal with any of it
  • How to connect most effectively with your intuition, how to know it’s intuition you’re hearing, what to ask it for and how to ask for it
  • How to maintain and grow your intuitive connection over time to manage uncertainty on a long term basis

Hosted by Remi Harris MBE, who has 20 years’ experience working across the music & creative industries as a senior manager, trainer, facilitator, coach and business adviser in the UK and internationally. Remi will be joined by creative industries coach Tamara Gal-On.

How to take part

We’ll be using online video software Zoom, so please ensure you have downloaded the app on a desktop or mobile ahead of the session. 

We will email you a link to the meeting room closer to the date.

If you’re unable to make this webinar and feel you’d benefit from it, let us know by completing this short form. We’ll send you a recording of the live session after it takes place on Thu 30 Apr.

By signing up to this event you’re agreeing for this recording to take place.

About the speakers

Remi Harris MBE has 20 years’ experience working across the music & creative industries as a senior manager, trainer, facilitator, coach and business adviser in the UK and internationally. She was General Manager of Association of Independent Music and Director of Operations at UK Music, is co-founder of YGN (Young Guns Network) the professional network for young people in Music and is qualified with an MBA (Masters in Business). She is the author of the book: Easy Money? The Definitive Guide to Funding Music Projects in the UK (2013). Follow her on Instagram & Twitter @remiharrismbe

Tamara Gal-On is an intuitive and creative industries coach who has been working with creatives and those who support them to create career joy and longevity in industries well known for their uncertainty and constant change for 17 years. Tamara has worked with organisations like The London College of Communication, Be Smart About Art and WOW Festival, London as well as with individual fine artists, illustrators and photographers and filmmakers.


Find out more about all of our upcoming support sessions here.