You haven't lived if you haven't reinvented yourself at least once. That's an opinion, of course but whether or not we call it such, we all have to reinvent ourselves every so often. I've certainly had to on more than a few occasions.
While reinvention can be scary, it also holds potential, promise and the excitement of an unknowable outcome.
"You go through phases. You have to reinvent reasons for playing, and one year's answer might not do for another."—Yo-Yo Ma
It is so easy to cling to certain things that are not working. Sometimes we cling to things, (people, places, thoughts) unconsciously or out of fear and don't even realize that we can change. With intention. Relatively effortlessly.
After an interesting week during which I tinkered with problem solving for a set of issues on my back burner, I woke up to the new year and thought... wait a minute... I'm going to change these things and make life better. I can write ad nauseum about change and reinvention but
here's one thing I've changed.
I've changed how I am offering and how you can take my online courses in drawing and watercolor.
I haven't changed the content, per se, (although that's always being tweaked to make it better), but I've changed some dates and how you can take the course. I'm excited! For you!
So, this Wednesday, February 21 at 8PM ET, I'm hosting a free webinar as a preview for my upcoming foundation course in March. Sign up for the free webinar here.
Read all about it.
Sign up for the webinar. It's going to be fun. A little taste of what it's like to work and play in my online course. No pressure, no obligation except that you do have to do a bit of scribbling before Wednesday evening (which is why I'm sending this post out early in the week).
Simplify, simplify. Click here to learn more about See Here Now.
Click here to join webinar on Wednesday evening.
Get the message? ;-)
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”—George Bernard Shaw