Assistant Professor, Dallas, TX

“I think the most important thing that I learned in the workshop with Shelley and Alejandro is that it is more important to engage regularly in the creative process than it is to worry about producing some perfect ideal. I suppose I could have learned that by reading it somewhere, but learning it in an experiential class was much more powerful. The workshop introduced me to several excellent activities that I now use on a daily basis to get into creative mode.  I now have an early morning creative practice that I consider to be the most important part of my day, and I learned all the skills I now use in my daily practice from The Creativity Workshop. Now I am regularly meditating, generating artwork, unfocused writing, and focused writing in just a couple hours at the start of each day.  I can say from experience that The Workshop offers the right combination of travel, inspiration, and practical tools that can turn you into a daily practitioner of creativity. I’m already making progress on some of my creative goals and I am even producing things that I had not specifically set out to create.  Now I am considering making another visit to the workshop in another city to mark a year of practice and to keep my practice active and inspired. If you are curious about how to become a productive creative, I highly recommend Shelley and Alejandro’s workshop.”

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