Boost Your Creativity: The Random Word Doodle Workout

Rich Armstrong, Product Designer

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12 Videos (32m)
    • The Introduction

      2:07
    • Day 1: rules and guidelines

      5:10
    • Day 2: the inner child

      2:11
    • Day 3: routine

      2:30
    • Day 4: mistakes and fun

      2:56
    • Day 5: rejection, failure and sharing

      2:34
    • Day 6: the blank canvas

      2:01
    • Day 7: a stream of ideas

      2:36
    • Day 8: sharpen your mind and solve your problems

      2:34
    • Day 9: becoming a prolific creator

      2:29
    • Day 10: forth and onwards!

      3:47
    • The end!

      1:24
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About This Class

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It’s crazy. We live in an era where the grey squishy thing in our skull plays a major role in all aspects of our lives – in work, our personal lives, our decision making, in productivity, in efficacy, and especially in our creativity. Yet rarely do we give it the workout it needs. I believe everyone has the capacity to be creative, come up with brilliant ideas, think differently and have super-productive and effective days. We just need to give our number one tool a consistent daily workout!

This class explores one really fun and effective method of increasing the quality and quantity of your creations, boosting the number of ideas you come up with, and sharpening your mind to take on life’s challenges. Join the class to learn how to become a prolific creator, and take on the day with your brain in overdrive mode.

You don’t have to work in a ‘creative’ field to take the class, nor do you need to know how to draw. All you need is pen and paper, 15 minutes everyday, and the ability to have fun and try new things.

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this is a super interesting class must watch
This is an incredible class. I loved Rich's instruction style, his encouragement to doodle, and the creative flow I've discovered as a result of it. I enjoyed finding focus and clarity as I doodled words, phrases and even my own feelings. It's easy and fun, but it's a great way to reconnect with yourself and find deeper meaning and purpose in what you do.
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Although Rich calls himself a Product Designer he's more of a jack-of-all-trades / generalist / unicorn. He designs, animates and codes. And if you want to learn how to make stuff unicorn-style then read on! Rich studied multimedia design and graphic design, and taught himself to code. He's freelanced, worked for agencies and startups, and now runs a studio with his wife in Amsterdam. He creates compulsively, has super ginger-powers and can touch his nose with his tongue!

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