GO MAKE: From Exciting Vision to High Quality Work

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Course Description

  • How do you get high quality, without getting all tangled up with self-criticism and pesky perfectionism?
  • How do you stay on target when the MAKE process takes weeks, or even months?
  • How do you take care of both the trees AND the forest?

Realizing an attractive vision is never an easy task; and the more exciting and rare your mission is, the more treacherous and confusing the path becomes.

In this course you'll learn how to

  • Let your inner critic and your inner artist work effectively together
  • Work faster and with more control with the principle of exponential progress
  • Judge your work more objectively
  • Polish the finest details, without losing focus on the big picture
  • Avoid the dangers and pitfalls of the longest and toughest part of the creative process.

GO MAKE is the 4rd in a 5 courses program called GO CREATE - a complete guide to the universal creative process. You can take GO MAKE as a standalone course, or take the entire program for a fully integrated creative working method.

Like with all GO CREATE courses, I've made an effort to fit everything into a mean and lean 60 minutes course. Take the course now, and in just one short hour you'll have the keys to:

  • Higher quality work AND less frustration - already on your next project!
  • Better planning, better time estimation, and better ways of dealing with short deadlines.
  • Extreme creative confidence and control in your MAKE phase.

One last thing: the course include some extra materials – more examples, interesting links and some fun exercises. I encourage you to do the exercises. My experience as a teacher shows me clearly, that the ones who make it are always the ones who DO THE EXERCISES.

Join the course, fasten your seat-belt, and GO MAKE your best work ever.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Let your inner critic and your inner artist work effectively together.
  2. Work faster and with more control with the principle of exponential progress.
  3. Judge your work more objectively.
  4. Polish the finest details, without losing focus on the big picture.
  5. Avoid the dangers and pitfalls of the longest and toughest part of the creative process.