30 Days to Creative Courage
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30 Days to Creative Courage

A mind that is trapped cannot create art. Let me show you how to free it
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What Will I Learn?
  • How to get out of your comfort zone and enjoy your creativity
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  • You should be doing or interested in doing creative work

You want to create fearlessly every day.

You want to be bold, speak your truth, tell your stories.

You want to write. You want to publish. You want to speak.

But there are things that hold you back. Call it what you want, the fear expresses itself in many forms: Resistance, self-doubt, perfectionism, thin skin, procrastination, writer’s block, and so on. And if you let it, this fear will stop you in your tracks and prevent you from creating.

There is only one way to overcome this fear and to live the true life of an artist, and this is to find creative courage.

Here's how.

Welcome to 30 DAYS TO CREATIVE COURAGE. In it, we’ll talk about the many barriers that stand in the way of an artistic career: lack of money, lack of support, lack of belief in oneself, and all the things that make you feel trapped and stuck instead of in flow and creating. Lack of time, lack of motivation, lack of joy, lack of inspiration, lack, lack, so much lack.

In this course, we’re going to focus not on lack, but on abundance. How to create abundance in your life—of time, of joy, of space, of creative work. We’ll talk about writing and releasing, forming habits, and overcoming blocks, but more than that, we’ll talk about becoming comfortable with yourself, with who you are, and with whatever stage you’re at in your creative career.

A mind that is trapped cannot create art and that is what I want to teach you to overcome.

This course will help free your mind and give you permission to finally go create without attaching so much stress and negativity to it. You deserve the gift of creative freedom. As a writer, that is the one thing you cannot afford to lose. And that is what I will teach you how to do.

I’ll show you how to find that freedom, but also how to protect it, how to fight for it, and how to nurture it. You cannot allow yourself to go down rabbit holes of negativity, allow others to influence who you are and how you work, and most of all, you cannot allow defeat to take over.

This course will show you how to stand up for yourself and keep on standing up even when you’re being beaten down.

I want you to find your creative courage. In 30 days.

As part of the course material you get:

- 30 Daily Videos

- 30 Daily Challenges

The videos will provide insight and inspiration and the the videos will shove you out of your comfort zone and help you build courage and confidence in your work and yourself.

If you’ve been struggling to create, feeling the joy seep out of your writing, and finding it just too much pressure to create when you don’t know how, you need to sign up for this. It will give you the tools you need to find joy in your creativity and start making it fun again.

Because that’s why you’re doing it right?

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to live a creative life
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Curriculum For This Course
30 Lectures
30 Lectures 07:53:59

Courage is a muscle and this is how you build it

Become comfortable with uncertainty and jump into action

Cultivating a growth mindset

Eliminate doubts by giving yourself small successes

Becoming comfortable with failure

Working quickly, efficiently, and from the gut

1% more each day

How to step outside your comfort zone

Developing a bias towards action

Managing new and higher levels of discomfort

How to get your problems out of your head

Finding creative courage in your community

Making creating fun

Change your mind, change your life

Acting from a place of courage

When your approach isn’t working

Becoming a part of the creative culture

How comparison kills your creative courage

How to allow for failure

The curse of “What people think” and how to get over it

Using different parts of your brain

Ever been told you weren’t good at something you loved?

Creating soft landings

A stable life allows for risky art

Thinking of things as drafts and versions

The right time to get feedback

Learn to embrace chaos and ambiguity

Surrounding yourself with creativity

Letting the work be the reward
About the Instructor
Mridu Khullar Relph
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Writer, Journalist, Instructor

I have written for publications in over 20 countries, including TIME, The New York Times, CNN, ABC News (Australia), Psychology Today, The Christian Science Monitor, The International Herald Tribune, Global Post and The Independent (UK). I’ve been a contributing editor at Elle magazine’s Indian edition and have been published in women’s magazines around the world, including several foreign editions of Cosmopolian, Glamour, Vogue, Self, Marie Claire, and Ms. I have written for both The Writer and Writer’s Digest.

I self-published my first book in 2005 and since have published two more works of non-fiction. I have just completed my first novel, which is represented by a top New York agency. Most recently, I was featured in the book "The Lonely Planet Travel Anthology: True Stories From the World's Best Writers."

I’ve also been a contributor to books Breaking Out: How to Build Influence in a World of Competing Ideas, Chicken Soup for the Pre-Teen Soul II, and Voices of Alcoholism.

I have worked lived and worked out of Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America and have won two awards for my work, including the 2010 “Development Journalist of the Year” award from the Developing Asia Journalism Awards forum.

I run the popular website The International Freelancer.