A Guide to “Not Giving Up”
Mastering the Creative Process
Struggle with getting things done?
Have a million ideas but can’t seem to pick one to start on?
Start projects then stop halfway through because it’s not working out?
Want to find creative partners to collaborate with?
Wish you were more creative?
Know you’re really creative but feel like you’re not reaching your potential?
Struggle with hearing your inner voice criticize the work you do?
Struggle with perfectionism?
Feel isolated when working on your creative projects?
Procrastinate on certain things?
If you answered “Yes” to any of those, guess what?
And so do many (if not most!!) people, whether they admit it or not.
What if I told you there was a simply way to enjoy the creative process, plus iterate projects much faster than you currently do – while feeling good about it, deep down?
First off: Creativity is NOT just for artists.
You need creativity for computer programming, business, science, education…
for your relationships (friendship, family, and partnership)…
for dealing with taxes, health stuff, bureaucracy…
for parenting, travelling, socializing…
Creativity is an
essential part of life…
and so is the Creative Process.
EVERYONE uses the creative process.
After all, the Creative Process is just another way to Get Shit Done…
using your skills, knowledge, imagination, and critical thinking to create solutions to problems.
Why is this so important?
Because getting stuff done (whether it’s your taxes or an abstract painting) can be tough.
Because our inner critic raises its ugly head and does whatever it can to hold us back.
Because that’s how our brains are wired.
But there’s good news.
With some simple critical thinking tools,
we can overcome that inner critic.
And we can get more stuff done…
with much greater ease and joy.
Do you want to start
feeling excited about
getting things done?
And feel less stressed at work, in your relationships, and with your creative projects?
And beat procrastination once and for all?
In a way that feels true and right for you?
JUST EMAIL ME
and I’ll send you all the info.
Just write “Creative Process Workshop” in the Subject Line.