GO+DO: Start a creative project that matters | Jake Jorgovan and Grant Spanier | Skillshare
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15 Videos (48m)
    • Trailer

      0:48
    • Introduction

      3:54
    • Why start a creative project

      3:30
    • How to start a creative project that matters

      2:48
    • Know Thyself

      4:49
    • Generating Ideas

      3:59
    • Week 1 Homework

      0:40
    • 10 characteristics of a good creative project

      7:48
    • Week 2 Homework

      1:01
    • How to decide

      1:38
    • Roadmapping

      5:47
    • Rituals, Habits & Systems

      2:38
    • Week 3 Homework

      0:27
    • Shipping

      7:13
    • Week 4 Outro

      0:30

About This Class

All great creatives start somewhere.

Whether you want to become a sought-after freelancer, land the job of your dreams, or build a legacy that lasts—this is your opportunity to start something that will propel you forward, a creative project that matters.

In this course we discuss how to craft a creative project that can take your career to the next level. This project may be the portfolio piece that lands you your next job, or it may be the start of the business that you have always dreamed of.

You will walk away from this course with a plan of action and the toolset needed to start a creative project that has the potential to completely change your life.

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Jake Jorgovan and Grant Spanier

GO+DO: Start a creative project that matters

GO+DO is a creative project from the minds of Grant Spanier and Jake Jorgovan.

Grant Spanier is a writer, director, designer & entrepreneur. He runs LESS Co and highqlty. He also co-hosts a podcast about craft/creativity called 10,000 HOURS, directs creative at Greenroom Magazine and writes for Advertising Week on storytelling. He's worked with Seth Godin, shot a documentary, and regularly volunteers with a range of organizations (SXSW, TED, AIGA, AdFed, MIMA + more). He writes on Med...

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