I have been busy designing my upcoming course – Design Your Creative Path. Even though it does not launch until this summer, I wanted to share with you something I have been working on for the course.
But first, what the heck is a creative path?
Your Creative Path:
- challenges you to continually learn
- satisfies your curiosities
- pushes you to take risks (big or small)
- leaves you happy and fulfilled
Your creative path does not have to be about a career move or a paycheck. Sometimes your passion, life’s work, or favorite hobby might be connected to your career – and sometimes it may not be. Designing your creative path does not mean you have to quit your job and become an artist, rather you will design a path of learning, curiosity and happiness for your life.
One of the main areas of focus in my Design Your Creative Path course is on reflection. Makes sense, right? If you want to figure out where you are headed, you need to reflect on where you have been/what you have done. In order to help you with that process, I designed the Creativity Timeline Guide just for you. Click here to get it now.
The Creativity Timeline Guide will lead you to reflect on the creative memories and experiences that have affected you and your life. In addition, you will visualize (through writing, drawing, speaking, etc.) your reflection in order to better make sense of it. Although they are your memories and you were there to experience them, it always helps to see them in front of you. If you want to make a change to some part of your life, acknowledging your past experiences – both the positives and negatives – is critical.