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About Jane Wolfe

Jane Wolfe is an artist and an improviser guiding individuals and groups to find their own unique gifts and express their unique talents and wisdom. Life is not scripted. We live with the unplanned and unexpected. Jane discovered the art of improvisation as a metaphor for life. It teaches individuals how to react and respond to life’s opportunities and challenges in a way that invokes the best of their creativity, innovation, communication, teamwork and leadership.

A New Relationship Again

What an amazing spring day! My neighbors have purple lilacs that are just starting to bloom and the smell is divine. All colors and shapes of tulips are popping out and I can imagine how easy it was for tulip mania to capture the Dutch in 1637. While several acquaintances were commenting on the unusually

By | April 24th, 2012|

Be My Valentine

Imagine how sweet it is to have someone who not only loves you just as you are, but lets your love in now matter how big it is. This someone knows his/her own worth enough not to question your love, just accepts it fully. You don’t have to change a darn thing. You can be

By | February 6th, 2012|

Flirting Made Easy: Beyond Flirting

Do you consider yourself a master flirter?  How about an OK flirter under the right circumstances? How about someone who has little clue of what flirting means? How long has it been since you last consciously flirted with someone? Let’s break flirting down to its simplest definition. Flirting is any shared moment between two people.And

By | January 30th, 2012|

Beyond Dating: Top 11 Ways Not To Relate

For anyone who ever has gone on a first date that has gone completely sour, feel free to add to this list. Top 11 Ways Not To Relate Discuss past significant others in great detail and tell your current date how you’re going to get even with them. Show up on the first date looking

By | January 26th, 2012|

Seeking Love with a Beginner’s Mind

In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert's mind there are few.” - Shunry Suzuki Yesterday I heard a speaker describe the principle of the beginner’s mind. While it has many names like fresh eyes and true nature, it is about looking with childlike eyes. Looking with eyes filled with awe

By | January 23rd, 2012|

Inside a Commitment Container

When I got married, we were both mature enough to know that the ceremony was just the beginning of who we would become as “Us”. It was just the beginning of our roles as “husband” and “wife”. The “Us” that we agreed to be became a container out of which we viewed the world.  The

By | January 13th, 2012|

Do You Want a Dating Adventure?

One of my friends said her new year’s resolution was to have a relationship this year. Her eyes got a bit dreamy, and she told me about how her relationship would be supportive and spiritual, just like mine. When I asked her what she wanted in a relationship, she didn't have a very specific answer.

By | January 11th, 2012|