Ange Friesen
 


This is a call: to all of the creative souls who are so ready to start living and working in a new way.

Because: me, too.

Let's show up as our fullest, realest, most hilarious, beautiful selves. 

Let's laugh and cry and make the things that are in our hearts.

Let's create the world we want to live in.

 

 
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Hi, I'm Ange.

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Here's the "official" bio

 

Ange Friesen is a writer, strategist and brand consultant who describes her work as brand therapy. Combining her training as a psychotherapist with her background in marketing, Ange goes deep to help people and brands figure out who they are and how to share their ideas with the world.

Ange started her career with Joseph Mimran and Associates, a brand consulting firm led by the designer behind Club Monaco and Joe Fresh. Since starting her own consultancy in 2016 Ange has worked with diverse clients - from startups to fortune tellers to global brands - helping them clarify their personal and business visions, create and refine products and brands, and bring their ideas into the world. 

Ange lives in Toronto and works with clients everywhere. 

 
 

Here's what I really do

See your magic so you can see (and own) it, too. Show you how to capture that magic and share it with the world. Write and speak about creative work and life. Try to figure out how people (including me) can become their truest selves. Co-host an almost-here podcast on inspiration and everything that comes next. 

 
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Who I work with

I work with people who are both:

1) highly creative
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2) want to make the world a kinder, more beautiful place

I've worked with startups, designers, writers, artists, cities, fortune tellers, architects, chefs, therapists and more.

Almost every one of them, no matter what it is that they actually do, tells me the same thing: underneath everything else, they feel called to help people become their realest, happiest selves.

Ditto.

 

Repeat after me: My creative work matters.

Because it does.

 
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For me the most important question is almost never what do we say? 

It's how should it feel?
 

 

 
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"Since we started working together it’s like all these creative blockages have been removed, and I can see how to work through those that remain."

- Maria Rybek, Creator of PVLSE

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 This is what my life looks like (on Instagram, at least).

But I try really hard to be my actual self, there and everywhere else. Find me at @onwonder for daily wonderings and more than occasional donut selfies. Also, my hair changes ridiculously frequently so you might want to find out what it looks like now.