Creative Achievement: Turning Plans into Projects for Writers and Artists
Online: Sunday, May 5, 2-4:30pm
Oakland: Sunday, May 19, 2-5pm
Oakstop, 274 14th St, Oakland, CA
You’re frustrated trying to narrow your ideas and sketches down to one project
Building a finished product out of a great idea feels intimidating
You usually prefer to stay in the initial inspired state, rather than deal with organizing your work
Deadlines stress you out
You feel scattered
This workshop will help you…
Use creative blocks as windows into your project’s next steps
Make organizing and structuring your project feel meaningful, doable, and exciting
Bring your ideas into fruition as a finished piece this year, so you can give yourself and your audience the gift you were meant to create!
You'll walk away with...
Grounding, Focus, and Motivation
Key Skills for Carrying Out a Large Project
Perspective and Confidence
Clear Next Steps for Completing Your Project
What participants are saying about Creative Momentum:
Meg met me on the meta-level of my writing projects in a way no one has done before. With a manner that is both open-ended and precise, she gently and effectively reminds you to keep claiming and integrating the intertwined nature of your life and your art. Bodyworkers talk about someone being a “healer’s healer” that’s what Meg Hayertz is to writers.
-- Nora Boxer, www.noraboxer.com