*Big announcement time*
You are creative.
Even if you don’t feel it all the time, you have the capability to do great creative things.
And yet, most of us don’t FEEL like we are creative anymore.
I would not be surprised if you had times at work in the past few years (or maybe even the past few days), when you felt:
- A lack of passion
- A lack of time and permission to be creative
- Frustration that people wouldn’t listen to your ideas, even if you had a great one
Can you relate to those feelings?
Well, for the past 9 years, I have made it my mission to find out why that happens.
What changes in us from our childhood as we grow up which makes us less creative?
Is it just what happens to us in school, or is there something more deeply biological happening?
And after thousands of hours of research, I believe I finally have the puzzle pieces lining up to explain it all.
What I have found shocked me.
It went against much of what I was expecting to be true.
But once I learned it, I will never look at my own creativity, or that of anyone else (including yours) the same way again.
I am still putting together all of my notes into a format which is more concise and easier to explain, but I am so excited that I wanted to let you know first.
On the 24th of Feb, I will finally be ready to share my findings with you, and I think you’re going to be very excited.
This is post 1 of 5, as I’ll keep you up to date each week with how the preparation is going.
I can’t reveal everything yet, but it is going to be BIG.
If you want to join me on the 24th, you’ll need to register as I plan on only sharing the live feed on a private server, but you can get access to it by clicking here:
More information to come soon, watch out for part 2.
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