02/15 Kick Procrastination to the Curb for Creatives with Ellen Goodwin
What if you could find more time your day to do the creative things you wanted to do instead of just the day-to-day things you had to do? What if you had more time for writing? More time for painting? More time for imagining? What if you could consistently check things off your to do list? We all could do this, if we could just stop procrastinating and start moving.
In this fun, fast-moving three hour workshop you will learn how to identify which of the four types of procrastination you are dealing with in any given situation and learn multiple strategies that you can use in each case to conquer them, giving you more time in your day to let your creative juices run free. By the end of the workshop you will have systems in place to ensure that you have more time each day to do the things that are important to your creative spirit!
Everyone procrastinates at some point – it’s actually biologically based! So this class is open to all ages and all procrastination levels.
The class format is interactive with short, in-class writing assignments and activities as well as group discussions. You only need to bring a pen or pencil – handouts will be provided.
This workshop will give you tools and strategies you can begin to use immediately so you can Kick Procrastination to the Curb and have more time to create in 2014!
Ellen Goodwin is a speaker, designer and time recovery expert. Originally from Minnesota she moved to Washington D.C. after college and worked at various times as an author, a toy store manager and a planning assistant for a national lobbying group. She came to San Diego to go to art school and never left. After working for 7 years in ad agencies, she became a freelance graphic designer specializing in print. She has designed and produced books for authors around the country. In 2011 she began speaking and coaching clients on taking back their time and achieving their goals.
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