A Simple Way to Come up with Fresh Creative Ideas Quickly

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

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5 Lessons (12m)
    • 1. Why Should I Take This Class?

      0:52
    • 2. A Simple Often Overlooked Method to Get the Creative Juices Flowingd method to get the creative juic

      6:44
    • 3. How to Leave a Review for This Class

      1:01
    • 4. How to Complete the Class Project

      1:11
    • 5. Conclusion and Next Steps

      1:43
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7 of 8 students recommend this class
This was not a new method to me, but one I've used successfully for some time. The reminder to always have a way to make notes was a good one. Recommended for people trying to find a way to corral random creative thoughts into something cohesive and useful.
Franki B. Kidd

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Very interesting class. Write it down. Write o!
I definitely think that the process/idea is useful, but I don't think that there's enough content here to consider this a stand-alone class. I could see it as a warm-up or brainstorming exercise for a different project...