How To Establish Creativity in Your Life & Brand Yourself on Social Media | Monika Kanokova | Skillshare

How To Establish Creativity in Your Life & Brand Yourself on Social Media

Monika Kanokova, Community & Content Strategist

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15 Lessons (35m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Class Project

    • 3. Developing a Creator’s Mindset

    • 4. Finding Time to Create & Building Habits

    • 5. Overcoming the Fear of Creating

    • 6. The Magic of Trial and Error

    • 7. Get Comfortable Sharing Your Progress

    • 8. Why You Should Have a Creative Project

    • 9. Framing Your Side Project

    • 10. Have a Measurable Goal

    • 11. Set a Specific Theme

    • 12. Choose a Specific Technique

    • 13. Set a Deadline

    • 14. Documenting Your Side Project

    • 15. Turning Your Side Project into a Product


About This Class

Have you ever asked yourself how to use social media effectively?

Do you sometimes feel like everyone’s doing something fun while you’re just scrolling through Instagram without an intention that would make you feel good about how you use the social web?

This class is for you..

  • if you’d like to learn how to make the most out of social media
  • if you’d like to know how to brand your business as a freelancer
  • if you’d like to know how to create a side income
  • ... or if you want to build your reputation to eventually find a more suitable job.

In this class, I’ll deconstruct what it means to create. I’ll explain

  • how to frame creative projects
  • gain the self-confidence to create and publish
  • ... and will also talk about how to use social media in a meaningful way.

I’ve decided to create this class to help you utilize social media and unlock its full potential. You don’t need to be a creative to benefit from this class. 

If you’re already a maker and a creator and use social media to share your progress, then this class is probably not for you. If, on the other hand, you’re someone who’d like to get some help with framing projects and think about how to share something you enjoy doing, then I’m looking forward us getting to spend more time together. I’m very much looking forward to seeing your class project and learning more about you and your work.