Creativity Masterclass: Self-Doubt And Deadlines Are Killing Your Creativity (Stop Them) Premium class
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About This Class
Have you been looking for ways to enhance your creativity?
Would you like to know the activities, circumstances and behaviors which kill your creativity?
If you’ve answered “YES”, then this course is a perfect fit for you!
In this class, we’ll be talking about top creativity killers, namely: self-doubt and hard deadlines. Self-doubt is a guaranteed way to sabotage your creativity and hard deadlines shift your mind from creative to analytical mode.
I will give real-life examples from my business and we’ll also discover the opinions of renowned psychologists about the connection between deadlines and creativity.
My name is Vladimir Raykov
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PS: You can find the first two creativity killers here: http://skl.sh/2dm7pVI
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Thank you Vladimir Raykov, once again you created a good class. The one thing I enjoyed about this class was the fact that I could see that I wasn't alone in my assessments with past dis-empowering beliefs. It is more common than I thought and to a great extent it brought me relief. Recommended class as well as the first Creativity Masterclass. Great resource to have for those "not so confident" days.
Creatives make the world beautiful
Vladimir Raykov works as a Marketing Manager at an innovative and highly developing company for software solutions.
Vladimir has a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and has successfully completed courses on a Master's level on Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Knowledge at Copenhagen Business School.
He is an author, blogger and one of his deepest passions is leadership - bringing out the best in people. Moreover, Vladimir is certified by Case Western Reserve University on a course - Inspiring Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence. The course was conducted by professor Richard Boyatzis.
Social Media enthusiast with more than 60000 followers on the two of his Twitter accounts (@vladimirraykov and @tech_innovator).
His highest priorities are family and friends. He does and is interested in online teaching and learning as he thinks that these two terms are the new currency of the future.
A strong believer in education, Vladimir is willing to share his knowledge with others.