The World Needs Your Big Vision. Don’t wait.
You feel the world’s pain and want to ease it.
You might be called to write a book, start an organization, create a product, or open a healing practice. Your Big Vision may mark the culmination of a lifetime of work, a radical shift in your professional identity, or the beginning of a new life path.
Whatever your Big Vision is and whatever stage you’re at, you don’t have to do it alone. I’ll be your friendly guide as you clarify, create, and communicate it.
Like you, I’m someone who has always felt the world’s pain and wanted to ease it. And because like you I’m drawn to creative ways to change the world, a straightforward, A-to-Z career path has never been a fit for me.
I know what it’s like to walk on the winding road of an outside-of-the box Big Vision for your work in the world. It can lead you to incredibly exciting and fulfilling experiences, and it can be lonely and overwhelming.
In the late 90’s, when I began teaching workshops based on Carol Lloyd’s book, Creating a Life Worth Living: a practical course in career design for artists, innovators, and others aspiring to a creative life, something clicked. I realized that a large part of my work in the world was to accompany people on the path to their Big Vision.
Since then, I’ve helped hundreds of creative entrepreneurs, changemakers, writers, artists, and healers to find clarity when they were confused, take action when they felt stuck, and communicate their Big Vision when it felt too amorphous or vulnerable to put into words.
My commitment to you
• To see the potential and possibilities for your Big Vision and help you walk towards it.
• To offer guidance that balances idealism, intuition, and kindness with down-to-earthness, practicality, and directness.
• To encourage you beyond your comfort zone, but not so far that it’s yucky.
• To help you realize a Big Vision for your work in the world that allows you to have fun, do good, and live a sustainable life.
Britt Bravo is Big Vision coach who has worked in personal growth, social change, and communications for almost 30 years. An early adopter of social media for social change, her local paper named her the “Best Podcaster/Blogger Most Dedicated to Social Change” and she was listed in Fast Company’s “Women in Nonprofit Technology Who Rock.” For many years, Britt was a Nonprofits and Social Change Contributing Editor for BlogHer, and the producer and host of the Arts and Healing Network’s podcast, as well as of her own podcast, the Big Vision Podcast. She holds a BA in Sociology from Vassar College and an MA in Creation Spirituality from Holy Names College. Originally from Mystic, CT, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and their cat who thinks she is a dog.
Britt has been an efficient, incisive, and impactful ally. She cuts through the noise and distractions, zeroes in on the crucial dilemmas I face, and helps me move forward with clarity and momentum. I recommend Britt highly to other creatives who are searching for ways to bring their passions to the world.Nina Schnall, Yoga of Writing Instructor & Artistic Director
Everyone’s path to live their Big Vision is different. Let’s talk about yours during a free, 30-minute Zoom call.
Portrait photos by Kierra Jenaé Johnson