How to Beat the Biggest Enemy of Creativity

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

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5 Videos (14m)
    • Why Should I Take This Class?

    • How to Beat The Biggest Enemy of Creativity

    • How to Complete the Class Project

    • How to Leave a Review for This Class

    • Conclusion and Next Steps


About This Class

We've all been there...we start out with the best intentions to start that project and then we put it off...

We tell ourselves, we'll do it this weekend or that we'll get it done tomorrow...

...often times, tomorrow never comes...

And this is true whether you're a writer, entrepreneur, graphic designer, painter, illustrator or you're working on a personal project.

Simply put, this short class is perfect for you if you struggle with procrastination.

What will I learn?

  • What The Biggest Road Block to Creativity Is
  • 3 Proven Strategies For Overcoming Procrastination & Getting Started Quickly
  • What Stops Us from Getting Started and How We Can Avoid Those Common Traps
  • The 80/20 Rule as it Relates to Creativity...And It's Not What You Think
  • How to Avoid The Biggest Creative Challenge You'll Face

These are easy to use methods that will help you overcome procrastination and allow you to get more done in short order.

So, go ahead and enroll now so you can stop procrastinating and start creating!

11 of 11 students recommendSee All

Okay, thank you, this was more then helpful, since I got in my bed to watch a movie and somehow ended up at this video instead and the whole time as I was watching it I felt an urge to start selecting and posting the pictures I made today and I thought I'll just do that but I ended up editing, selecting and posting and it was a lot of fun. On terms of becoming aware of procrastination, since I'm meditating on a regular basis I notice it a lot faster then before, but I also like to think about what I'm procrastinating about, because sometimes it's not so much fear of being unsuccessfull but maybe the goal, the purpose of the activity I'm having troule with is not very clear or doesn't resonate with me very much. But yeah, when it's something that I really believe in, then seting microgoals and starting with that helpes a lot!
I like the scientific approach to why we procrastinate, so we can stop beating ourselves up with guilt. Good, practical methods for 'just doing it.'





Ken Wells

Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

Ken Wells is an internationally sought after speaker, teacher and coach.  He is the author of 20+ courses and coaching programs on topics such as meditation, personal transformation, online course creation & marketing mindfulness and spirituality.  

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