Personal Brand Manifesto: Who Do You Think You Are? Premium class
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About This Class
Join designer and author Adam J. Kurtz for 5 quick exercises you can do TODAY to get clarity, focus, and renewed direction for your yourself & your creative career.
Sometimes you have all the techniques, and you just need a little push to make sure you're in the right direction. Other times you're so overwhelmed that you kinda forget the whole point of everything!
Each of these simple exercises will get you thinking about what really matters to you — setting the foundation for your creative decisions going forward. We'll hang out together and talk about how crazy life gets sometimes as you work through the 5 steps.
This class (/pep talk/art therapy/joking around with a guy you don't know) is perfect for freelancers, creative business owners, designers, makers, creators, emerging artists... basically anyone who's working so hard that they're forgetting they're actually a human being with their own unique core values.
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Wow, 10/10. I'm at a weird point in my life where I am rethinking my choices school and career-wise, and my creativity has been in a slump for a long time. This was so profound and just what I needed. Thank you!
19. boston. creative.
This class was great! if you are stuck or unsure where to start, this will be good. I actually cried during the Tear exercise. It really helped me focus on what's important and put me back on track creatively. And came up with a few projects I'd like to pursue immediately.
Adam J. Kurtz is a New York City-based artist and author whose first book, 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion (Penguin Random House, 2014) has been translated into over a dozen languages. He is primarily concerned with creating honest, accessible work, including a range of small gift products, his self-published Unsolicited Advice calendar series, and collaborations with Tumblr, Urban Outfitters, Fishs Eddy and others. In addition to products, he has worked on freelance projects for clients like The New York Times, Pepsi and Adobe.