Create more; hustle less.
I help creatives make more money, reduce stress, and shrink your To-Do List.
You are building brave businesses that are affecting social change, fighting for the environment, making people healthier, and gifting the world with magic, compassion, and sheer joy. More importantly you are giving other people permission to be more human. AND. I. AM. HERE. FOR. IT! Just think of me as your #1 hypewoman, favorite yoga teacher, and fairy business godcoach all-in-one.
Productivity is the death of creativity.
In my opinion, creatives are artists and that’s a powerful calling.
But creating is vulnerable work. It requires courage, space, and a constant inflow of inspiration.
That’s why traditional 9-5 routines and mentalities don’t work for you. It’s also why the hustle of an entrepreneur doesn’t work for your either. Because after all the emails are sent, invoices are paid, and IG stories are made, you still have to have the energy and emotional bandwidth to create cool shit.
Crush your goals, not your soul.
Luckily there’s a better way! My programs focus on giving entrepreneurs the structure, accountability, and support you need to run a successful business, stay inspired, and take care of yourself. And no, it doesn’t require adding things to your To-Do List. It’s called B.O.S.S. and it stands for boundaries, ownership, support, and self-compassion.
Want to learn more?
The Creative B.O.S.S. Coaching Framework
You are 100% worthy.
I’m Kasey Dreier. I grew up in competitive environments that valued productivity and performance over creativity and wellbeing. As a result, I grew up believing some common myths…
1. I can sleep when I die. If I work harder than everyone else I’m sure to succeed. Until then, push through.
2. Productivity over creativity. Art is nice but it doesn’t pay the bills.
3. Net-worth is the source of my self-worth. My worth = my savings, income, job title, accomplishments, and material possessions.
4. Always say yes. As a woman I will always have to work harder than men to prove myself. So say yes to every opportunity and slay it.
5. Self-care is selfish, woo-woo, and weak. Admitting I need help is weak. Investing in my well-being is a luxury.
It took two serious traumas, including almost dying, before I started to question, challenge, and eventually reject these beliefs.
In 2015 I quit my six-figure, corporate job - the epitome of success to me - to start over and start healthier.
I wanted to find a way to make my living into a life and my life into something I enjoyed living.
More than anything, I wanted to value my creativity and knack for motivational coaching as much as I valued my elite degrees and engineering skills.
So I spent tens of thousands of dollars on yoga teacher trainings, business trainings, coaching, therapy, consulting, and PR/marketing/advertising.
I learned a lot. But I also went into debt.
Finding a better way caused me a lot of emotional and financial stress.
I wouldn’t change the way I did it.
But I would like to create a less stressful experience for other creatives, entrepreneurs, and aspiring business leaders who are looking to build businesses they love that nourish their souls without sacrificing their wellbeing in the process.