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1 Powerful Method That Every Creative Person Ought to Know

Ken Wells, Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

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6 Videos (10m)
    • Why Should I Take This Class?

      0:50
    • The Source of All Creativity

      1:33
    • The Random Cocktail Method

      3:48
    • How to Leave a Review for This Class

      1:01
    • How to Complete the Class Project

      1:11
    • Conclusion and Next Steps

      1:43

About This Class

This is a perfect addition to the class: "How to Easily Get into a More Creative Frame of Mind".

One of the biggest challenges for artists, entrepreneurs, business people and teachers is coming up with new, creative ideas.

The fact is, you can use your brain in ways that make creative inspiration more predictable.

In this class, you will learn:

  • The Key Attitude That Creates Fertile Ground For Creativity to Spring Up Naturally
  • Step by Step walk-Through of "The Random Cocktail Method"
  • One of the Biggest Reasons People Fail to Come up with Creative Ideas
  • How to Avoid Using Your Brain The Wrong Way
  • How to Generate Fresh Ideas & Make New Connections

So, go ahead and enroll in this class now to unlock your creative genius!

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Ken Wells

Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

Ken Wells is an internationally sought after speaker, teacher and coach.  He is the author of 20+ courses and coaching programs on topics such as meditation, personal transformation, online course creation & marketing mindfulness and spirituality.  

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40,400+ students in 168 countries are currently enrolled in his programs.

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