So, that out of the way, let's talk about ideas. And goals. Awk! The two don't go together. Or do they? Well, yeah, kinda they do. Because you can have tons of ideas but they remain just that, ideas, unless you wield the hammer and create yourself some goals, too.
I know you're cringing now because you're a creative type and the idea of setting goals is anathema. (Good word, eh? And the definition is pretty fabulous, too: a person or thing accursed or consigned to damnation or destruction. Doesn't get much better than that.) But hear me out, because goals can be good. Goals can help us turn our ideas into projects and then get them out into the world.
Ideas are the spark, goals are the engine.
And here's the deal: I'm teaching a 2-session class on ideas and goals beginning December 6th. I purposely scheduled the class for December so that you would be ready to go when 2012 rolls around, which is going to come much faster than you think.
And here's the other deal: I just halved the price of the class, from $97 to $47. My business coaches hate it when I do stuff like this because you're supposed to charge high prices to make it look like you're important. I actually thought that $97 was a pretty decent price, but let's just say people aren't lining up around the block to sign up. (My business coaches hate when I admit stuff like this, too. Oh well.)
Here's the bottom line: I think this information is really good, and I want you to have access to it. I know people are struggling with finances and a class devoted to your creative ideas may not be high on the budgetary list (do remember that the goal setting portion of the class may actually help you with your finances, though). So I dropped the price of the class.
It's going to be juicy, I promise. Two one-hour sessions, with lots of tips and exercises to throw at you, both on the idea and the goal-setting side.
You can go here to read more and sign up. Oh, PS–its a teleclass, so you can be anywhere in the world and take it. And even if you can't make the times I have set, it will be recorded so you can listen to it any time.