I’ve just released a free creative thinking course to the world. Yeeeha!
Oh so you don’t quite share my excitement?
Well perhaps if I explain why you need creativity?
There’s so much information out there, with so many supposed experts and ‘gurus’ pedalling their own brand of success secrets. Yikes- what a recipe for a headache! Then there’s the danger of going round and round in circles, chasing new advice and the ‘next big thing’. Fine to keep abreast, but too much reliance will ultimately cause you to lose focus and stall.
But once you’ve really got to grips with creativity, you won’t need anything else! You will become your own business guru and begin to make wonderfully creative decisions that drive real progress. Why trust an unknown when you know you can do it your way!?
This free course is the baby sister of the full course ‘Discover Your Creative Genius‘. But it still packs a punch, with 3 short and sharp modules that are going to change the way you think forever. Here’s a run-down:
1. Kick the Habit
Break routine to invigorate your creativity. Simply question why you’re doing something that same old way. It’s either that or staying stuck in a rut of alternative ignorance.
2. Method in the Madness
Even the silliest ideas have great potential. Give yourself freedom to blurt out even your most absurd ideas then rationalise them by extracting useful concepts.
3. I Did it My Way
If it ain’t broke, you can still fix it! Don’t just accept solutions because they are the only ones available. Design your own! Uncover your frustrations and reinvent ideas that truly meet your needs.
Now get out there, and surprise yourself with what you can achieve!
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