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13 Lessons (41m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. What is creativity?

    • 3. Finding a creative project

    • 4. A creativity game for you

    • 5. Reviewing what you have done

    • 6. Research

    • 7. The stages of learning

    • 8. New ideas and old ideas

    • 9. A second game for you to play

    • 10. All good ideas take time

    • 11. A creative retreat spot

    • 12. Getting with the program

    • 13. Conclusion

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Creativity is a learned skill.  Join me in learning how to develop your creative skills step by step.  Creativity is a life style change that requires a different way of looking at the world.  This course is for people who would like to be more creative. Leading a creative lifestyle is a great choice and one that leads to great fulfilment.  In this course, you will get many exercises that you can try that may lead you to greater creativity.  Each section has exercises you can try.  Small changes lead to big results in your overall life. High creativity levels leads to easy problem solving skills.  Good skills leads to better ideas for work, for your everyday life and for setting up a creative hobby. Your life will change.   Easy and fun changes will change your outlook on how you see the world around you and have fun at the same time.

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Doris Charest

Contemporary Fine Art Specialist and Instructor


Doris Charest - Biography


BED University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB

BFA University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

MED University of Alberta, AB

Mixed media is Doris' favorite favorite form of painting . She loves exploring with textures, shapes, and a more contemporary look. Nature and the world around her inspires Doris. Her love of texture won her the Allessandra Bisselli Award and a First Place in a Still Life show with the Federation of Canadian Artists in Vancouver. Look for Doris Charest's work in the American Magazine: Sommerset Studio (Summer, 2007) and British Magazine: Leisure Painter. Both feature a three pages of Doris' artwork. She won the Sylvie Brabant award in 2011 for her work in the art community. In 2013 she won First Place for he... See full profile

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1. Introduction : creativity for women. Tips that anyone can use to climb that creative hill by Dora shall welcome to my course. Here you'll learn how to get started. Creativity is a learned skill. You probably have it yourself already. It's just that you need a little help getting it going. There are hints that will speed up your creative path. There are exercises in each section that will speed up your progress and a few creative challenges. I have some of these creative moments sort of snuck in a little tiny surprises that you can try. I'm a teacher, I have a master's degree in art education, and I also have a bachelor's degree in fine art Now. I learned a lot of this information during my Masters degree thesis, and I'm sharing this with you. I've been teaching for a lot of years, and I've learned a lot of thes techniques myself, as an artist as well. These creative activity challenges are things that I do for myself whenever I get stuck and I'm sharing them with you. Our ideas. That's my focus, the visual arts. But if you're a musician, just transfer the word music instead of art and if you're a writer, same thing applies. Ah, lot of these exercises are meant to just challenge any creative person. You could apply all my suggestions to any creative project, something for work for your Children's fundraiser or for your own personal need. If you want to get started in our member, that creativity is a way of living. It is a style of idea generation, and we're going to talk about this in further sections. Creative ideas are generated in almost the same way for whatever path you take. Just a love of ideas and an unfulfilled curiosity is all you need. Remember that creativity is a way of doing things. It's not something that pops out of year in the matter of seconds. It's something you develop, and it's a skill that you learn as you go, and these little challenges and hints that I give you will speed up your progress. You don't have to take as long as I did. We'll see you in the next section where we really start the exercises. See you soon 2. What is creativity?: welcome back, defining creativity before we actually get going on exercises. It's good to know what we're actually dealing with. Creativity first and foremost, is a way of living. It's an open, full of spirit, passion, curious, full of interest in all things and most of all, of way of looking at the world around you. If you're a curious person, you're already creative, and if you're not curious yet you will be. This course teaches you how to look to become creative toe, look at the world in a different way and find all sorts of solutions to problems just by looking around you. Creativity teaches you to expand your horizons. And it's not just about finding ideas for your art projects, even though that it can be that creativity is there for you to find creative solutions to problems at work, on ways to raise your Children without having any dull routines, yelling or rigid rules. Creativity is there for you to make better decisions. Creativity is not an instant ah ha moment, like everybody thinks it is. That's a misconception. It is a slow, baby step experience that evolves over time. You need to train yourself to learn how to find that creative spark. The trick is to pay attention. If you're not aware of these steps, you will miss out. Creativity is there for you to find a way to connect with the world in a better way. Now let's say, for example, you're stuck at the stop light and you you're thinking, Oh, it's going to take about half a Knauer to get through this traffic. Now, instead of staying there and being bored and maybe getting angry, start looking around. You look at the different kinds of cars there, there. How many people in it, how many people with red hair? How many people with brown here, What kinds of cars air the Maybe your neighbor, just ahead of you or beside you has are almost flat tire. Would you normally notice these things? Probably not, but a creative person does. A creative person files all kinds of miscellaneous information, and later on it all pops out. Creativity is there for you to bring change in your life and the lives of others. You can teach your Children how to do this. You can teach the people around you just by being the example creativity is there for you to find a way to enhance friendships. Now look at the positive side of things, which is what creativity does. It really helps with any kind of relationship, and it's used to balance your life. Now you might ask yourself, Am I really creative? Can I really do this? Of course you can. If you fiddle with ideas and ask yourself what ifs This what happened? What if that would happen? If you're watching a movie and you try to predict what's gonna happen, you're creative. You come up with unusual angles to a problem solving. Then you're creative. You like to make new things with materials. You're creative. You'd like to take your musical instrument and just play with it and see what happens. That's a sign of creativity. Maybe you like to write toe act, to sing, to draw, to sculpt or any other creative idea or endeavor. That's a sign your creative already. Creativity also has its challenges because it teaches you how to find out about yourself. It's a path to self discovery. You will learn a lot about yourself, so be prepared. There are good things you learn, and there challenging things. Vehicular. We learned to find out the good and the bad parts of yourself and be prepared. Remember, the journey is more important than the end product. Just embarking on this journey is the fun part. So maybe you have natural talents. What kinds of talents would you have? What are you attracted to? Naturally, sometimes some people don't know what their creative in. What are you drawn to when you read books, go to an art gallery or goto a play with our things that really catch your attention? Maybe gardening is your creative path. You never know. Find what you're interested in. That's the first goal. This is your exercise. Your first step is together. Journal. Now, in this journal, it doesn't have to be fancy. You don't have to be a lot of money for it. You can use an old scribbler buying some papers together, recycle some papers and just staple them together and they can become your journal. Your journal does not have to be big or fancy. All it has to do is gather your thoughts. So in that journal or on that journal, I should say you will write all your creative ideas and start learning about yourself. So your first step is to get that journal and then you can write in it. So do this step now and then we'll see you in the next section. 3. Finding a creative project: The first step is to use your journal. Writing sometimes brings out ideas, and if you don't like to write, draw in it or sketch your ideas, it doesn't have to be words. It can be a mixture of diagrams and writing and a whole bunch of other charts. Maybe anything that you like. This is not something you will share with somebody else. It doesn't have to be pretty. It could be just for you and only you can decipher it. Remember that. Whatever comes to your mind, you write it down. The key is starting. Writing down those ideas is the first step to anything. Make a nice long list off all the things you've always wanted to do. It could be anything, anything that comes to your mind. The trick here is to write something that is uncensored. Pick one of the activities that you list it. Maybe you have 2030 items. Pick one. Follow your instinct. Which one do you like the most? Which one would you like to try? You could divide the your list. Stop into different ones for your favorite one. You have those skills you need to upgrade those skills for your favorite one. Do you have those skills? Do you need to upgrade the skills in order to be able to do the project? Get the materials you need. What kind of materials do you need? Do you need ah sketchbook? You need writing paper. You need a musical instrument. What do you need? If you're not sure you really like that project. Register for a class. If you like any of these activities, remember that finding the activity is enough. Once you found something that you like, you go with it. You can find different ways to get it done. Keep in mind that you may discover that maybe singing is not for you. After you took that first singing lesson. But maybe you'd like to try core younger fee something related to music but a different angle. Or maybe painting is not for you. You tried that class. Who No fun, but maybe sculpting iss. Maybe getting down with the chisels or with Clay would be better for you. The idea is to find the Basque creative project you can pursue. Now where do you find those ideas? Look to the past. What have you liked in the past, but not done right down those ideas for each one, right? The good points and bad points. What did you like? What Didn't you like? Can you revisit a good idea and then connect the dots to the idea? Maybe it's something related that to what you tried before. Maybe you forgot. Appoint some part that you may have light. Now, here's your exercise for this section. As you notice for this section, what you want to do is generate ideas. Lots of ideas make lists right. Everything down and make us many lists is you can take a few hours or a few days, whatever you need, but write down all the ideas that come to you right in the morning. Right in the evening. Right that lunch break. Just keep writing until you've exhausted all your ideas. So do this now and we'll see you in the next section. 4. A creativity game for you: Let's play a game. Think of us many solutions to this question as you can. Write them down as quickly as you can and don't spend any more than about 23 minutes on the more variety you have, the better that you've done in this exercise. So put down lots. Put down everything. Don't censor a single sink. So here it ISS what useful item could you create if you combined a teacup and saucer with a hammer? No, you have three minutes. Write down as many solutions to this as you can go quickly and then we'll see you in the next section. 5. Reviewing what you have done: choosing ideas. Now Divide your ideas into categories. I want you to try this now and decide what you're going to do now or what you would like to do now in the near future. What would you like to do in a year from now and even further away? What would you put on your bucket list? Something that's further into the future. Find your passion. First. Ask yourself this. If you're a creative endeavor, if it's writing, singing, choreography are painting. Is it one that will take a long time to develop? Or is it interesting enough for you to keep your attention for a long time? You need to be passionate about your idea. If the answer is yes, you are ready to start. Keep in mind that this is very important. Having something that you love to do over a long period of time is very rewarding. And keep in mind that all good ideas take time. Don't expect instant answers. Often, we're used to turning on the TV instantly in getting a program or turning to the computer and getting instant results when you do a search. But it's not the same when you're doing creative work. Sometimes it takes a wild. Sometimes you make mistakes. Sometimes you have to work at it as well. Getting to the point where the small ideas become. One big idea is hard work. You will discard the parts here and there that don't work, and then you only keep the good parts, the good working parts to your idea. If you're writing a novel, for example, it's like doing the first draft. You do the first draft, whether it's singing, writing, choreography, painting, sculpting anything. You always have to go through the rough parts, work through the ideas and keep going. Remember the keywords. Keep going. Ask questions. Sometimes an idea seems boring to you, but you still like it. Try looking at it from a different angle. What if you painted that painting in a different color? What if you use different mediums? What if you sang that song as a folk song or a country song? Instead, turn the question upside down and backwards until you come up with the right question to ask about your idea. This means that sometimes you like certain things, but you don't know which parts or you like an idea but it's not quite right. So take that idea and rework it. Change it around, flip it upside down until you're ready and you find the right angle for you to pursue. For example, I'm wanted aside with our house number in the way that people could see it quite easily. But it would be different from everyone. I wanted something that looked more creative. I had lots of time, but no money. So what could I use? I toyed with the idea for months I tried one idea and then another and another and nothing felt right. One day when we were camping, I got the idea of using lake rocks or river rocks. And then I thought, Well, if I found enough of those rocks, I could put them together. But how could I put them together? Then I saw this old wheel and I thought, Well, I could put them inside something circular and mental, and I would hold the rocks together and make it easier to put the cement around them. That would be not too bad. I could work with that. The next step was finding a way for the wheel not to turn. Not to roll around on our front yard. How do I add a number in there? So all these things I toyed around for weeks and weeks and I tried different ideas. Most of the men work so but slowly I built on the idea until I have a solution and I came up with this. So I have a circular metal wheel with a little wheel in the middle with river rocks held together by cement and then our house number right there in the little circle. So that was my idea. But it took months. I think I started in the fall one year, and then it didn't make it till the next summer. So it was a long time in coming. All of us have someone in our past that told us we couldn't rate. We couldn't draw. We couldn't sing. Well, you know what? Forget them. What do you want? It's a more important what you want than what others say. If you're interested in sculpting, for example, start there. Here's a colt that I like when we engage in what we are naturally suited to do. Our work takes on the quality of play, and it is play that stimulates our creativity by Linda Name and I love this quote. Here's your exercise, and it's the hardest exercise in the whole course, you need to plan an activity that you want to try. Then you have to try up journal about your feelings. As you practice your new skills, make notes. Draw, allow for changes or anything that gets the idea out. The idea for you now is to find the right idea for you. So do this step now and we'll see you in the next section. 6. Research: Welcome back. Research is the next step. Find out what you need to know about your project. If you're writing a novel and it's a historical novel, do the research about the period in history it's going to be in. If you're doing a painting and you want certain subject matter, go out. Take photos of whatever subject matter you want. Remember, don't borrow those photos from the Internet. You need to do your own photography. If it's choreography that you need to find out what kind of music you need, just do the research. Do you need special kinds of materials? Special skills. This is the section where you do the grunt work, the work where you have to figure out what you really need to get that project going. How are you going to acquire those skills? Are you going to take a class? Are you going to do research on the Internet? Are you going to go to the library and get a book out? Knowing your subject is important? That's actually the most important of all by book on the topic. Getting everything you need ready will make your task that much easier. That novel will be easier to write. The music for the choreography will make it easier to do your curl choreography, the right materials for painting the right photos. For that painting, everything is important to get ready to actually do the work. So here's your exercise. Take the time to research your topic. Don't skimp on the information. Do a good job here. Learn all there is to learn. It's important that you're ready for your project. Once you start the project, you will be ready. You will be prepared and you won't have to stop in the middle and just go back and do more research. Just do what you need to do. Mind you. Sometimes you do have to stop in the middle and do more research. But for example, if you're painting an owl, for example, you went out and took photos and you're doing the owl. But the photo is a little bit fuzzy in certain parts. What you need to do is go to the library and get some of those books on owls, and then you will be able to see everything in great details. Photos in library books or even on the Internet are way better quality than when we take on their own. But using references that are our own is important. Don't forget, you made need to research more than once. And just like I said, sometimes you have to stop once you get going on a project. It's really nice if you don't have to stop every 15 minutes to go get more materials or to decide. It's not the right song that you want different things like that. So do the research. So do this step now and we'll see you in the next section. 7. The stages of learning: the four stages of learning. Now there are four stages of learning. So whenever you are going through any new material, this is what will happen to you. Just keep in mind that it happens over and over again, and these air steps that happen any time you're learning any new content and you have to work through every stage. Stage one unconscious incompetence Sounds terrible, doesn't But here you're most like a child. You just play, and you're enjoying the moment. If you're dancing your just enjoying the movement, you're not worrying about preciseness or anything. If you're writing, it's the same thing. You're doing your first draft and it's just flowing. It's coming out of you. If you're painting your just enjoying paint, putting on the paint, that's all that's happening. Stage two conscious incompetence. Now you know a little bit more. You know what you want, but you can't do it, or at least it takes a long time. This is the hardest of all the stages, but you don't want to stop here. You have to push through the stage. You need to learn your material, learn how to achieve whatever you want to achieve this step can take years or it can take minutes. It all depends on what you're trying to learn. Conscious competence. Here. You know what you're doing. You know your material. You know how to write a paragraph. You know how to structure it so you can do dialogue. You know how to created Garance. And you understand most of it half you get and the other half Not so There's a little bit of chance that happens in there. Then it it's almost like you, all of a son understand everything that's been happening. You climb that hill, and all of a sudden you can start to see the beautiful landscape and it's coming in. The every little, tiny step brings you closer to seeing the full view. This is a natural cycle, so keep in mind, this will happen. I'm going to repeat this a lot. Now stage for unconscious competence. Now you're really good at whatever you do, you're getting it and it's starting to feel good. It's starting to flow. Everything happens because it is now ingrained. You've learned how to use that paint. You've learned to use your body to create that dance. Writing is not so difficult because you know how to structure everything. The work gets easier. And not only that, it gets better after the steps air. All done. You've reached that learning curve and you're starting to get bored and then you add something new. And guess what? What happens now is all the stages start all over again. So every time you add something new, you go through the stages again. So it's important for you to know what the stages are, and then you know what to expect. Now, here's your exercise. Memorize the steps. Decide where you are, What's left. How maney stages do you have left? 23 1.5. You have more steps to go through. Keep this in mind at all times. That's your homework. Your homework is actually to memorize the steps and figure out where you are so that you don't get discouraged and you know exactly what's going to happen as you're learning your new material. See you in the next section 8. New ideas and old ideas: debugging your idea. Now sometimes you have an idea, and there's a few glitches. Sometimes you get stuck, and then it might drag on for hours, sometimes weeks, sometimes longer. So you want to know how to debug your idea. These questions are essential. Before you start, you will take out the bugs out of your activity and increase the chance of success. Figuring out problems is also part off the creative practice. That's true. So what don't you understand yet? Do you need more information? Then you do research. You need to put boundaries in I e. For example. I want to make this culture when I only have five feet by five feet of work space. I want to make a sculpture when I only have five feet by five feet of work space. Can I make a 10 foot by 10 foot sculpture? No, you have to modify idea. Can I break the problem up into parts? Can I break up my novel into chapters and then sub chapters? Can I break that dance up into learning the introduction and then the middle part and then the end? Can I make my 10 foot by 10 foot sculptures in pieces. These air kind questions that you want to ask yourself, what cannot be changed? The space I have. So quite often you can't change that Speak. What can you change? How can I use the space? For example, can I put in shelving? Can I hang things on the ceiling? Can I go through the window, or at least for a short time? If it's summer, do I need to redraft my idea? Is it a better idea now? Usually the answer is yes, but occasionally the answer is no. So you do have to think about that one. So who's done this idea before? Can I learn from them? Can I take that idea that's very similar to mine and figure out technical things from what most ideas are not you. They're just restructured. There's a saying that a good idea is 30% borrowing and 70% sweat so you can borrow ideas. You adapt your own ideas to it, and then you sweat on it. You really work the idea through. Another example is I want to write up the sculpture project for a magazine. Can I find someone that has written a sculpture article before, And can I follow that model? Can you follow their concept? Be sure not to plagiarize. Just examine how they organize those ideas. You can map your ideas well. Write down your idea in the center of a piece of paper, draw lines extending from the circle around the idea at the end of each line. Put down different parts of your idea and repeat this again like put circles around those ideas and add many ideas to it until you've exhausted all the possible links. Then what you can do is kind of regroup the ideas, but the good ones that work well together and put some aside for a while. Or you can use a flow chart or drawings that will help you figure out if you forgot something in the sequence or if you get stock. Though I did put X, but I forgot to put why. So it really does help to get a visual off what you're doing, and by a visual, I mean, maybe a mapping idea. You write it out. Something written down is also called a visual. Here's your exercise in your journal. You make a map of your activity so whether you're activity is designing a brand new dance or creating a 10 foot by 10 foot sculpture, what you need to do is take the idea and break it down into different parts and see if it really works carefully label each step. Is there something you forgot or you could have done differently? Sometimes this leads to an even better idea than before, so don't be afraid to do this part right now. Your job is to do this exercise and then we'll see you in the next section. Bye for now. 9. A second game for you to play: Lance playing game. This is a creativity booster. Think of us many solutions to this as you can combined the branch of a tree and fire. What can you make with these two items? Think of us many ideas as you tan as wild as they can be or as practical as they can be. So do this now and see if you can share the solutions with us later in the video. See you soon. 10. All good ideas take time: editing your ideas. The best is to combine ideas together, revised what you have re combined or rearrange to suit your plan. And don't be afraid to edit. Quite often. The our ideas are so precious that we don't want toe cut them out when we want every little part. But editing is important. Streamlining your whole idea is the best, so don't be afraid to chop. Re do re combined as many times as you need to, or you want to keep a map of your ideas in your journal. Write down what ideas you could combine together if X and why go together? What will happen? What if you put an A and a set together, Try combinations and make sure you keep those combinations there. Sometimes you may change your mind later on and go back and review the possible combinations and you'll rework an old combination. For example, I wanted to create a mobile using copper pipe and plexiglass. No, I've never done a mobile, so this is very new. But my friends, my art group, we decided we're going to do Mobil's for a show, and this is what we decided we were going to use copper pipe, copper wire and plexiglass. So I didn't want a traditional mobile where things hang on the wire with to which is added another wire and so on and so forth. I wanted but my main pipe vertical instead of horizontal. This way I could not hang the pieces in a traditional way. The challenge of putting the pieces on while the pipe was vertical was one of my main problems. This led to a new to me style of mobile. In fact, it's been going on so long now that I don't even have a photo to show you. Hopefully, by the end of my audio with you, I'll have an example for you. So here's your exercise. Now. Action is required so by the materials you need for the activity of chosen picker choreography. You want a master? Learn the melody toe a song. Do a sculpture, get the materials you need for your sculpture. Get that program you need for writing your novel. Stark start start. So do this part now and we'll see you in the next section. 11. A creative retreat spot: creating a space to work him. Now, every project needs to speaks. If you're creating a dance, you need a space. If you're writing a novel, you need a space to write. If you're creating artwork, you need a space to work. Most creative endeavors require their own space, their own special place, a place that is just yours or a space where you can leave a mess. You can leave your dance clothes fair. You could leave your paper and pencils just the way they were when you wrote your last word . And you can leave your painting on the easel to dry. If you need a desk or a place to put up your easel, where can you set up? Do you need lights for that space? Do you have a spare room you can use are part of a room that you can dedicate. For example, you have, ah, a room you keep just for when the relatives droppin well. They may not drop in that much, so can you use part of that room? Can you use a balcony, a basement, a nook? Set yourself up for success. Success comes with a serious spot. You can practice making the space years. Make sure that space has all the elements you need. Now you need to go there and work regularly. Make sure it's comfortable for you. Do you have a decent chair to sit in? You have enough light so that you can see. Do you have that easel? You have a cushioned floor. If you need a cushioned floor, make sure you have everything you need. Accurate creative spot. As a painter, you can start by covering a countess with Jessel as a writer, you can tidy your desk and open the computer. As a chef, you can pick a recipe and look for the ingredients. As a dancer, you can stretch and warm up your muscles. Make sure that space is just right for you. For example, make your way to your creative spot once the kids are in bed and work for a minimum of 15 minutes. If you're not at your best in the evening, work in the morning. Routine initiates activity, so make sure you go to that space regularly. This is something I'll repeat again. Here's your exercise. Pick your spot, add whatever materials you need. Pencils, pens, a computer Ah, paint. Ah, cushion. Spot a cushion. Organize it so you can work. Try it out for a few days. Does it work? If it doesn't, what can you change? Make the space years avoid distractions. Maybe you need to put up a sign. Mom at work Do not disturb or Mom is being a genius. Do not disturb If time at the piano is all you need. Pick a time and do it. But just make sure you start your job now If I'm to summarize is for you to pick a spot where you can set up and start. You have your project, you'll have your space. There's no reason not to start any more. So do this now and we'll see you in the next section. 12. Getting with the program: curiosity. One of the keys to creativity is curiosity. You learn about the world with interest, and you see all kinds of nuances and contradictions. The bad news is that the Onley limitation is the one you impose on yourself. The good news is, the only limitation is the one you impose on yourself. So it's a double and sword. I love this quote. Curiosity about life in all its aspects, I think, is the secret of great creative people. By Lille Burnett. Now there are all kinds of ideas on creativity, but curiosity is the main lead to idea generation. The very first ideas may be ordinary. The second phase of ideas usually are uninspired because you're getting tired. But the third phase of ideas is where you bring out the new and most brilliant ideas and most of all, surprises. I've seen this happen in action. Remember, there are no natural geniuses, and you need to be prepared to be creative. You need toe work at creativity. Ideas come easier with practice. The more you practice, the easier it's going to be for fun. Pick a topic and see how many ideas you can come up with suggestions My child hates vegetables. How can I get him or her to eat them, come up with all kinds of solutions? This happened to my niece. She went through a phrase she wouldn't touch a vegetable at all. And her mom kept sneaking in vegetables into the chili sauce and putting in all kinds of vegetables into spots they don't normally go. So what you need to do now is just how fun trying out creative ideas pick a topic and come up with as many solutions as you can to whatever the question is, You asked, for example, you ask yourself, I want to make wine. How can I do it at home when I don't have any space at all? And then a smell would get to me. What can I do and still be able to make wine? There's all kinds of ideas that you could come up with. Now do this step now and we'll see you in the next section. 13. Conclusion: This is the end of part one off my course creativity for women. In the next section, we cover even more tips and tricks that will grow your creativity and really expand your creative style. So, doing me in the next course, just look for creativity for women. Part two. We'll see you there. Let's have some more fun together. So you soon bye for now.