/Jane Wolfe

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.

Everyone Has Their Own Perfect

I explored different relationships for 20+ years before I discovered the perfect husband for me. He wasn’t perfect, or perfect for the other 3 women he had married before me. But he was for me. I wasn’t that attracted to commitment because I didn’t want it to recreate my mother and father’s relationship. Don’t get

By | January 10th, 2012|

Conflict is Growth Trying to Happen

So much of our society has a throw-away attitude. If it doesn’t work, throw it away.  It’s cheaper to replace rather than repair the TV we bought two years ago, so throw it away.  Why darn socks when new ones are so plentiful? And why keep a relationship that isn’t “happy”? There seems to be

By | January 9th, 2012|

Relationship Problems

If you think getting married means you will live happily every after, guess again. Every  bed of roses has a few thorns. Nothing in life has only one side. Life in its very nature is dualistic. A coin has a head and a tail. Day is followed by night and joy is followed by sorrow.

By | January 6th, 2012|

How do You Find the Right Man?

When I get asked this question, it often gives me pause. Unlike some relationship coaches who offer ten rules to follow, five mistakes never to make, or the 100 Secrets that promise to hook you the right one, I have a much shorter response. BE the right one. BE even more of your unique, original

By | January 5th, 2012|

Growth through Play in Portland

Just before the holidays, I was privileged to do something that absolutely delights me. I conducted an evening of Playback Theatre staring the first graduating class of my Improv Your Life! performance class. When we started back in October, I wondered if this 6-class program would be “too much” for the first time improvisers, especially since

By | January 5th, 2012|

Finding True Love

Do you have a clear idea about what finding true love would look and feel like to you? I got a glimpse of mine when I was just eight years old. I saw a relationship that was so different than my parents’ partnership-of-necessity that I was mesmerized. I wanted that kind of true love for

By | January 4th, 2012|

Welcome to the world

Today our world added its 7 billionth member. Imagine a world population of 7 billion people!  While that is staggering, I find the rate of growth even more astounding. In 1999, we had just passed the 6 billion mark, which is 1 billion people in just over a decade.  And in just 8 more years,

By | November 15th, 2011|