Three Colors, Twelve Notes

Three Colors, Twelve Notes

by Catherine Harrison
Three Colors, Twelve Notes

Three Colors, Twelve Notes

by Catherine Harrison


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Do you want to say "yes" to life more often?

Three Colors, Twelve Notes is a memoir and a guidebook for the curious and those who want to learn how to go for it. Catherine Harrison shares personal stories as an artist, business leader, and regular human to show us why trying new things should be a lifelong pursuit. She also invites the reader to participate in reflections of their own.

Three Colors, Twelve Notes shows us how every interaction is an opportunity to gather more insight and how every experience is a moment to learn. By noticing and reflecting on our habits, behaviors, patterns, and triggers, we can all connect the dots and learn to leverage curiosity and expand our awareness. Getting comfortable with oneself is complicated, and sometimes messy, but it enables meaningful growth, creativity, and tangible results in both life and career, for ourselves and those around us.

With a welcoming and warm approach, Three Colors, Twelve Notes encourages readers to find the best in themselves, and reconnect to their inner confidence and creativity.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781774580189
Publisher: Page Two
Publication date: 11/17/2020
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Catherine Harrison is the founder and president of Purple Voodoo, a performance and behavior change company that helps individuals and organizations adapt, perform, and thrive. She is a certified professional coach, behavior change specialist, expert facilitator, seasoned team leader and strategic connector of dots. She is a songwriter/musician, author, painter, environmentalist, and mother based in Toronto. For six years she's been the host of the Monday Night Jam at the Moonshine Café in Oakville. She has decades of experience as both a corporate professional and a multi-disciplinary artist. This is her first book.
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