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Overcome Procrastination Now - The World Needs Your Art!

Are You Ready to Overcome Procrastination NOW?

I am so proud of you for taking this step toward the work you love.

Whether you buy this product or not, you are sending yourself a clear signal that your projects are important to you, and that you are ready to move!  And that’s great news because the world needs your art.

The audio sessions featured in this product were created during the Fall 2010 6-week session of my Get It Done Teleseminar so that you might gain the tools to:

  • Create a Project Work Plan
  • Clear any Internal Barriers to Success
  • Celebrate your Creativity
  • Customize a Marketing Strategy for your work

There are lots of BONUS articles and MP3s to broaden and deepen your work (see below).  Plus you’ll get the 97-page pdf of the Get It Done Home Study Workbook to set you on your way.  (PLEASE NOTE: the workbook is not meant to be a stand-alone item – it won’t make much sense without the explanations and teaching stories on the recordings, OK?)

You may listen to these recordings according to whatever schedule fits you best. They were recorded in a once-per-week workshop structure, but you are welcome to listen to them all at once (on a long driving trip, maybe?) or as the desire presents itself.

Remember – there is no “right” way to do this work. There is only YOUR way. Try my ideas, sample my strategies and then customize them to work for you.

Please write or call me with any questions, thoughts or observations: Samantha_Bennett@TheOrganizedArtistCompany.com or call my cell: (805) 881-3699

Now – let’s get to work!

Yours,

Samantha Bennett - photo by Erin Clendenin

Samantha Bennett

Get It Done Home Study Kit  - Digital Download Version

Instant gratification!  You'll get immediate access to a secret webpage that has all of the recordings and worksheets right there.  You can begin listening and/or downloading the material right away.  This is a virtual product - you will not receive anything in the mail: $197

Get It Done Home Study Kit - Audio CDs and Workbook Delivered To Your Door


You can get all nine 75-minute CDs plus a hard copy of the Workbook delivered right to your door.  Great for listening on the go - in the car, at the gym or sharing with a friend: $247



Your satisfaction 100% guaranteed or your money cheerfully refunded.

Here’s everything you get in The Get It Done Home Study Kit:

Bonus Recording: You and Your Big Ideas

“Yep – that works 🙂  I absolutely LOOOOOOOOVED this class – thank you, thank you, thank you :)))))” – A.Z., Denmark

“Wow!! Somehow that opened the door to my mind and heart…some block or barrier in myself has been torn down, if not totally, than for the most part. I am starting to REALLY believe I can do this book…I am so glad I signed up for this!” – Diane Fial, Colorado

This is a recording I made with my dear friend Amy Ahlers, The Wake-Up Call Coach that explores some of the reasons that you might not have been moving forward on the projects that mean the most to you.  Perhaps it simply hasn’t been the right time, maybe you’ve been scared (and who wouldn’t be!) or perhaps you don’t really care about this project anymore – which says to me that your inner wisdom has a better idea waiting for you.

Bonus Recording: Procrastination Is Genius In Disguise

“Thanks for offering such an insightful teleconference on procrastination. You really delivered lots of practical information, exercises and tips. The exercises are straightforward, easy to use and yield “can do” action steps. Very impressive! So many of these “free” calls are mostly fluff and advertising!  I appreciate the insight that the brains of creative people get overloaded and shut down because of too many variables and unknowns. That right there explains a lot!  All good wishes for your continued happiness, success, and abundance.” – Elizabeth Hyland, M. Div., Author of Surviving The Unemployment Roller Coaster: From Stress To Success www.UnemploymentRollerCoaster.com

This is the recording of one of the most powerful (and popular!) preview classes I’ve ever offered.  Again, there’s a little pitch in there in the middle, but it only lasts a few minutes, and of course you’re free to fast-forward through that part.  Do give it a listen, though – and find out how YOUR procrastination truly is a form of GENIUS.

Session One: Clarifying Your Goals, or, What To Do When You Have 37 Projects In Mind And You Can’t Decide

This is one VERY action-packed recording – you might want to listen to it twice, once just to kind of soak it in and a second time with worksheets and pencils in hand.

Session Two: Creating Your Personalized Project Plan, or, Budgeting and Scheduling The FUN, Creative Way… (Kind Of…)

In which I introduce you to some of my favorite tools for moving forward.  I created these tools because while there are lots of good business-type books out there, let’s face it – we don’t care who’s moved our cheese.  What the creative person needs is a practical way to manage our often impractical lives.  Here it is.

Session Three: Looking Under The Rock, or, Breaking Through Internal Barriers To Success

This session sounds like it might be depressing, but I find the deep honesty here really uplifting.  You can actually hear the sound of people breaking through their old stories and moving into a new way of being.

Bonus Recording: Bouncing Back From Disappointment: Three NEW Strategies To REALLY Get Over It

This is an unusual call, but I really love it.  If you want a “sample” you can get it for free, just CLICK HERE to listen or download.

Session Four: Truth In Advertising, or, How To Talk About Your Work Honestly And Without Feeling Like You’re Bragging)

Everyone feels self-conscious sometimes, and it can be hard for us to accept praise.  Figuring out how to talk about you and your work honestly cuts right through any anxiety about sounding “sales-y” or arrogant.

Session Five: Teaching Our Shadows Grace

Another deep session featuring an astonishingly simple tool that can demolish destructive, self-limiting thoughts in an instant.

Bonus Recording: It’s The Money, Honey

This one was by request, so it’s a bit of a hodge-podge of the most important financial lessons I’ve ever learned.  Lots of tools and resources on this one.

Session Six: The Beginning Of Wisdom

We don’t slack off on this final recording – the amazing results just keep rolling in.

You’ll find clarity, motivation and new commitment to your dreams in these study-at-your-own-pace sessions.

To take the live class with me is $365 (if you’re interested in that, click here to learn about the upcoming Get It Done Teleclass)

If you’re ready, get your hands on this material:

asteriskGet It Done Home Study Kit  – Digital Download Version

Instant gratification!  You’ll get immediate access to a secret webpage that has all of the recordings and worksheets right there.  You can begin listening and/or downloading the material right away.  This is a virtual product – you will not receive anything in the mail: $197

Get It Done Home Study Kit – Audio CDs and Workbook Delivered To Your Door

You can get all nine 75-minute CDs plus a hard copy of the Workbook delivered right to your door.  Great for listening on the go – in the car, at the gym or sharing with a friend: $247

Your satisfaction 100% guaranteed or your money cheerfully refunded.

I know this is waaaaaaaaaaaay below what most home study courses cost, but I really wanted to create something that helped to sustain you, your life and your creativity without straining your resources.  And don’t worry – these are about to become much more expensive products *soon*

FYI: Here Are Some Of The Worksheets We’ll Be Using…

  • The “Feeling Overwhelmed” Prioritization Worksheet
  • Money And Time, Seriously
  • Looking Under The Rock: What’s Been Holding You Back?
  • It’s Who You Know…And Luckily, You Know All The Right People
  • Teaching Our Shadows Grace
  • Get It Out There: Marketing That Feels Really, Really, Really Good
  • The Hallmarks Of Joyful Ease
  • My Heroes: Accessing Your Best Self

Here’s what one participant had to say:

1. What three adjectives would you use to describe this workshop to a friend?

enlightening, energizing, practical

2. What was your favorite part of the workshop?

That I can adapt these techniques and approaches to anything I am working on, in my teaching positions (college and middle school), personal projects – there’s nowhere you cannot use what Sam teaches!

3. What was your least favorite part of the workshop?

The fact that my schedule made it “recording only” but it was still worth every single penny!

4. So, what did you “Get Done”?

I’ve been able to create a greater sense of balance for myself in how I approach my many commitments and duties. As a teacher in the summer, I’ve been able to use the last couple weeks with this approach to do major reorganizing in the “stuff” and “papers” in our home, as well as some deep cleaning, and I FINALLY feel like I’ll be able to start the school year without feeling like I have all of these other “I should also be doing … at home” too. I’m going to use the first couple weeks in August to finally get the kind of pre-school year school prep done that will let me start without feeling overwhelmed with all the new things they inevitably add to our plates in those lovely in-service workshops. I’ll actually be rested and ready!

5. Do you have any advice for The Organized Artist Company or for Samantha?

I NEED a copy of your book when it is completed!

6. Who do you think would benefit from this workshop? How, or to whom, should we be marketing this workshop?

Absolutely everyone who is at all motivated (for any reason) to finally “deal with” and “get on top of” any project or process in their lives.

7. Anything else you’d like to say?

I find myself constantly using the worksheet ideas in my head as I move through my day.

8. May I quote you?

Sure! And feel free to use my name.

10. Thank you for participating in this process. You are good and brave.

THANK YOU! You’ve facilitated my making many changes in my life on many levels, and I’m healthier and better for it!

Carol Hallberg, Musician, Teacher & Mom


P.S. Is your intuition is niggling at you but you’re still nervous about signing up? Go ahead and give me a call on my cell phone at 818-468-0540 and we’ll talk. Really. If I’m not available for some reason, just leave a message and I’ll call you back.

P.P.S. Okay, so if you’re nervous but you don’t feel like calling me, then just sign up. You’ve got nothing to lose: my money-back guarantee is rock solid. If at any time within 364 days from the date of purchase you decide that you aren’t completely satisfied, I will cheerfully refund your money.

Yes. This Is Going To Be Fun.

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Get It Done Home Study Kit  – Digital Download Version

Instant gratification!  You’ll get immediate access to a secret webpage that has all of the recordings and worksheets right there.  You can begin listening and/or downloading the material right away.  This is a virtual product – you will not receive anything in the mail: $197

Get It Done Home Study Kit – Audio CDs and Workbook Delivered To Your Door

You can get all eight 75-minute CDs plus a hard copy of the Workbook delivered right to your door.  Great for listening on the go – in the car, at the gym or sharing with a friend: $247

Here are the most recent class responses from Survey Monkey about the Get It Done Teleclass

What three adjectives would you use to describe this workshop to a friend?

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

Amazing Positive Spot On

2

Nov 18, 2010 11:53 PM

uplifting, inspiring, interesting

3

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

Uplifting, encouraging, just-do-it/take-action

4

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

Creativity-enhancing Motivating Interactive

5

Nov 19, 2010 1:07 PM

Validating, encouraging, concrete

6

Nov 20, 2010 12:27 AM

Releasing Inspiring Freeing

7

Nov 20, 2010 5:02 PM

structured, flowing, creative

8

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

Practical, wide-ranging, kind-hearted

9

Nov 22, 2010 1:32 AM

Inspiring, informative, fun.

10

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

Clear, insightful and funny

What was your favorite part of the workshop?

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

Worksheets and Webinars. Sorry but I can’t choose. Both helpful in different ways.

2

Nov 18, 2010 11:53 PM

The structure to name and think about and work on what I wanted to accomplish

3

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

The encouragement and relief that I am not alone in the creative process, that as artists, we resonate to a different beat, have our own rhythms and don’t follow the crowd. Especially helpful in hearing others sharing their challenges as well

4

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

I enjoyed the handouts, working in advance and then reviewing during the phone call.

5

Nov 19, 2010 1:07 PM

You! You’re brilliant. And I love the worksheets, too.

6

Nov 20, 2010 12:27 AM

Heroes Page

7

Nov 20, 2010 5:02 PM

the weekly project tracking

8

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

The various worksheets (sorry there was not enough time to get into them in depth in class.) The Weekly Project Tracking worksheet was especially interesting and “different” from what one might have expected. Loved the “just do 15 minutes a day” part — what a sigh of relief. This took much of the overwhelm out of the project!

9

Nov 22, 2010 1:32 AM

Realizing that there are a whole lot of folks out there who share the same struggles. challenges.

10

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

The chance to focus on my ideas and see my process through new eyes.

What was your least favorite part of the workshop?

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

Would have liked more in depth feedback on my emails.

2

Nov 18, 2010 11:53 PM

Some parts of the calls were not as useful when people talked to long about personal things without a purpose. But that’s OK, you never know — you did a great job of extracting points they were making and generalizing things that could be of use to others.

3

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

That I couldn’t participate fully

4

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

I didn’t care for a couple of the handouts – Too confrontational and not my style but I just set them aside and focused on the others.

5

Nov 19, 2010 1:07 PM

Listening to others give their answers to the worksheets, even though you were brilliant at using what they said for “teachable moments.” As I mentioned, I always learn from your comments to them.

6

Nov 20, 2010 12:27 AM

The fact that I kept missing the live calls! *ugh*

7

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

Can’t really say…

8

Nov 22, 2010 1:32 AM

Realizing how far I have to go to be where I want to be.

9

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

So, what did you “Get Done”?

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

Lots of insights like how to be more gentle with myself and give myself more credit. Progressed several steps with Jewelry, clarified and solidified that Community should be my first goal, feel more hopeful overall, learned some valuable tools that I can continue to use for both personal and entrerpreneurial growth.

2

Nov 18, 2010 11:53 PM

I created space in my life, and then watched how I filled it pretty much right away. I spent six weeks really looking at how I choose to spend my time. I also discovered “human design” which is a way of seeing how you are essentially meant to be and it is sparking a possible future work interest for me. So it has been a rich time.

3

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

I realized that I was doing better than I expected having followed my heart always and followed through on all actions taken

4

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

Began writing 15 minutes a day Prioritized projects Looked at ways to increase income/revenue

5

Nov 19, 2010 1:07 PM

30,000 words on my novel and more work on the rewrites of my memoir.

6

Nov 20, 2010 5:02 PM

started a non profit for women

7

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

Got a better grasp on how to look at (view) and deal with my project. I repeat: enjoyed that 15-minutes-only part — and the 15 minutes of doing something fun NOT on my project was delightful! Will continue on with that — i.e., playing w. my color pencils in a sort of “psychedelic art” coloring book I’ve had since the 70s (no kidding!) Most exciting achievement so far: Actually getting clear (no more mystery!) on how much it would cost to get my books(s) out there via POD.

8

Nov 22, 2010 1:32 AM

Narrowed down, focused on a smaller project so I COULD get some things done. I have some new good habits.

9

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

I got done a lot of clearing and re-focusing on my goals. It felt like an important spring clean of my creativity.

Anything else you’d like to say?

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

I want to echo what many have said already. Of all the gifts, tools and valuable insights you have given us, the most powerful is your own humility and your encouragement to be gentle on ourselves. The fact that you so obviously live this concept in your own life gives it a powerful authenticity. Seeing your incredible almost “auto” positive response to things and knowing that you came from being someone who put the same whips and chains on herself as most of us, gives me a real belief that it’s possible for me too. Your approach, your insights, are nothing less than amazing. You are just so positive and have such great ideas and insights at every turn, for every problem, on every level. I felt cared for, uplifted, and hopeful and the epiphanies were going off like popcorn in the background every time you talked. Thank you for doing the work you’ve done on yourself to get to this place where you can give so much to all of us. Incredibly grateful for your existence.

2

Nov 18, 2010 11:53 PM

You remind me so much of my older sister! It is occasionally hilarious (just the similar wording, tone, affect and response). I love her, so it is a good thing 🙂 Please keep on with your work. I got a lot of good gems out of this class and the procrastination call as well. I feel altered/changed.

3

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

thanks so much for your wonderful work and clear-concise guidance

4

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

I might be interested in taking the workshop again later – possibly in the winter months (Jan. or Feb.) Sam has a very succinct style which was refreshing. I like this particular class because it is offered during the day. I have more than enough options for calls during the evening but few during the day.

5

Nov 19, 2010 1:07 PM

I don’t do Facebook. I’ve spent years avoiding it, so won’t be joining the Facebook group. But I would be open to something like a Ning forum.

6

Nov 20, 2010 12:27 AM

I just want to extend my continued gratitude to you, Sam, for your steadfast support of “our” work. The Professional artistic world needs your presence. It can be a dry dry place out here. You are cool water! I love you so!

7

Nov 20, 2010 5:02 PM

I would like a weekly continuing program.

8

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

You’re a delight, Sam — the proverbial breath of fresh air (and a well-seasoned one at that.) Yeah, I s’pose that’s a mixed metaphor… I love the light-hearted, non-controlling way in which you approach your teaching(s)… I especially appreciate that you’re well-educated (well-versed) in the various self-help and spiritual-development disciplines.

9

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

Sam – you gave me a thread to follow and keep following, through thick and thin! I feel that I married and moved in with my creativity! I consolidated what had been a casual relationship. So for better or worse, here I come!

If you said, “Yes” to the above, please write out how you’d like that to appear, including your website if you’d like me to post your link. Or if you’d like to discuss this with me first, please write “call me!” and give me your phone number.

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

you can use it as is, or edit and use parts. I have no objection or parameters. Please do list my website www.westernbonime.com

2

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

Marjorie Hope Rothstein http://www.boomer-living.com/author/mrothstein/

3

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

You can use C.C. Whitney, I’d be happy to help you out!

4

Nov 20, 2010 12:27 AM

Nina Rodriguez Johnson Talent Counselor Northern California

5

Nov 20, 2010 5:02 PM

Sammantha is a heart centered facilitator that is passionate about helping artists achieve their goals. The Get It Done workshop helped me to start my non profit, Expression Of Life Foundation, Inc. This first step will leave a legacy for empowering and inspiring women to heal. Dr. Kelly Martin Schuh, D.C.

6

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

Ann Barczay Sloan, http://www.GeniusUnbound.com, http://AnnBarczaySloan.blogspot.com

7

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

Deborah Claire Procter (Wales) Video-maker and vocalist www.riversandmirrors.com

Thank you for participating in this process. You are good and brave.

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Response Date

Response Text

1

Nov 18, 2010 11:49 PM

You are most welcome! 🙂 I shall continue to rave about you to all.

2

Nov 18, 2010 11:53 PM

🙂

3

Nov 19, 2010 1:52 AM

Thank YOU

4

Nov 19, 2010 12:17 PM

Thank you. These days, it usually takes me awhile to get used to something new as I experience lots of changes. I enjoyed the workshop more as we went through it and I got used to the other people on the call. Thank you, Sam!!!

5

Nov 20, 2010 12:27 AM

As are YOU! Many Blessings!

6

Nov 21, 2010 4:59 AM

I AM good and brave. Thanks — so are you! So glad I had a chance to work / play with you!

7

Dec 1, 2010 1:38 PM

Thanks Sam. Thanks again for all the revelations. I feel in the middle of the storm in some respects – in the middle of changes but I think underneath there is a calm that I will find a way through – new and true! big hug Deborah

And here’s the responses from the Summer 2010 Four-Week Get It Done Session

What three adjectives would you use to describe this workshop to a friend?
# Response Date Response Text
1 Aug 11, 2009 7:06 PM Enlightening, fun, and exploratory. And engaging. That’s four.
2 Apr 25, 2010 10:12 PM Insightful, interesting, fun
3 Apr 27, 2010 1:01 PM encouraging
enabling
fun
4 Apr 27, 2010 6:14 PM irreplaceable
groundbreaking
challenging
5 Jul 21, 2010 6:58 PM Creative, inspiring, imagination charged
6 Jul 21, 2010 7:08 PM enlightening, energizing, practical
7 Jul 21, 2010 8:48 PM motivational, inspiring, soothing
8 Jul 21, 2010 9:35 PM Fun, Informative, Useful
9 Jul 22, 2010 4:19 AM energizing, realistically hope filled, life-changing.
10 Jul 22, 2010 4:39 AM Invigorating
Refreshing
Nourishing
What was your favorite part of the workshop?
# Response Date Response Text
1 Aug 11, 2009 7:06 PM Doing guided meditation worksheets.
2 Apr 25, 2010 10:12 PM Discussing what we filled out on the different types of worksheets. It helped gain insight and perspective with discussion among the other participants and the instructor.
3 Apr 27, 2010 1:01 PM Sam’s enthusiasm, warmth and energy coming over the phone. I found many of the worksheets very helpful, most especially Incremental Life Improvements, Return on Investment Prioritization, Weekly Project Tracking. The “aha” moments when I got a handle on what had been muddle and jumbled dim thoughts became enlightenment.
4 Apr 27, 2010 6:14 PM The opportunity to examine “possibilities” – with unique worksheets and activities – ex: “what kind of artist are you” and “dream closet” etc…
ALSO..
Hearing other peoples experiences and perspectives as they processed through the work!
5 Jul 21, 2010 6:58 PM Worksheets w/creativity
6 Jul 21, 2010 7:08 PM That I can adapt these techniques and approaches to anything I am working on, in my teaching positions (college and middle school), personal projects, there’s no where you cannot use what Sam teaches!
7 Jul 21, 2010 8:48 PM The Shadow’s Grace exercise, the 5 items worksheet (for figuring out what you want to do) and the mind map. It also helped me focus and to realize that it’s not realistic to get all of my life’s goals accomplished in a short period of time. I’m a lot more patient with myself.
8 Jul 21, 2010 9:35 PM Get it out there – Senses Exercise
9 Jul 22, 2010 4:19 AM the imagery used in some sessions, especially that with our “rich twin.”
10 Jul 22, 2010 4:39 AM The Weekly Contact – Samantha’s “Unique Approach” – and continued ability to dig out the deepest and best from my inner most self!!!
So, what did you “Get Done”?
# Response Date Response Text
1 Aug 11, 2009 7:06 PM Lots of personal discovery.
2 Apr 25, 2010 10:12 PM I didn’t get a job, but the workshop helped me think of new ways to go about getting one. The feedfack from the instructor and the other participants helped me gain some insight and gave me some tools to use to help me in my quest for a job I can enjoy, make a decent salary, and be flexible enough to allow me to go to auditions.
3 Apr 27, 2010 1:01 PM Not so much as you might notice actual catching up, but some organization and tools to create good habits.
Also I got a really good start on next project.
4 Apr 27, 2010 6:14 PM I accomplished a massive amount of personal and professional “cleaning out” (both physical and spiritual). I started a Blog – which may or may not be a traditional success – but had to be done apparently. I have met with musicians and producers in an attempt to begin a new leg of my overall project development. I started therapy! YEEHAW! I also let go of my private clients (gave them notice) which will allow me to focus the next period of my life, and on my own creativity. I have learned the meaning of acceptance, to slow down, and to actually hear myself think for a change…CRAZY!
5 Jul 21, 2010 6:58 PM Began my binder w/all worksheets, and notes. Felt energized and encouraged. Want to do the priority list — that will help me NOW.
6 Jul 21, 2010 7:08 PM I’ve been able to create a greater sense of balance for myself in how I approach my many commitments and duties. As a teacher in the summer, I’ve been able to use the last couple weeks with this approach to do major reorganizing in the “stuff” and “papers” in our home, as well as some deep cleaning, and I FINALLY feel like I’ll be able to start the school year without feeling like I have all of these other “I should also be doing … at home” too. I’m going to use the first couple weeks in August to finally get the kind of pre-school year school prep done that will let me start without feeling overwhelmed with all the new things they inevitably add to our plates in those lovely inservice workshops. I’ll actually be rested and ready!
7 Jul 21, 2010 8:48 PM I took a memoir writing class and decided what kind of copywriting I’d really be good at. I also developed a tentative weekly schedule so I don’t expect herculean feats of myself, but rather calculated bits of progress. I’m a lot nicer to me. I also managed to finish reading two memoirs during the course of the class, which was not only inspiring, but I haven’t managed to finish a book in a year at least.
8 Jul 21, 2010 9:35 PM Got the planning and research done, contacted the people necessary and am in the process of getting the website done.
9 Jul 22, 2010 4:19 AM I developed a “habit” of writing 6 out of 7 days, for at least 15 minutes. If I skip a day, or if I write less than 15 minutes, I can be OK with that (give myself a “C”).
10 Jul 22, 2010 4:39 AM WAY TOO MUCH!
I met some SUPER people I did not know existed in Northern CA – who will be influential in the future of all of my projects – MOST of all I realized that whatever I do, cumulatively speaking, I have the creative abilities to be successful – therefore the pressure is OFF! I think I finally get it! The concept that Samantha has been presenting all along… that “creativity is a process” with it’s ebbs and flow I will continue to have project after project, and no single moment in time will make or break me! PHEW! Dear lord I feel better!!!!
Who do you think would benefit from this workshop? How, or to whom, should we be marketing this workshop?
# Response Date Response Text
1 Aug 11, 2009 7:06 PM Newly graduated students. People on the cusp of a deep, personal shift. Or just anyone interested in finding out more about their purpose in a fun, creative, and challenging way that only takes a few hours a week and a static-free phone line.
2 Apr 25, 2010 10:12 PM I believe people from any profession or any walk of life would benefit from this workshop. Perhaps target all types of entertainers, retired people, students at colleges/universities, and new parents. Basically, anyone starting a new venture in their life would benefit from this workshop.
3 Apr 27, 2010 1:01 PM Anybody who is struggling with getting something done, and that is most people. Anyone who recognizes that he/she is a procrastinator (which is most people).
4 Apr 27, 2010 6:14 PM In addition to making use of words like “belong” – and “participate”…
ex: As an artist you belong to a unique group of individuals and are capable of …
or: In this class you will learn how to participate in the creation of your own destiny…

These phrases are soft – take the edge off – remove the hard deadlines – and any potential for experience of perceived failure if no huge accomplishments have been made during the 12 weeks.

I, on the other hand, have a personal preference to set fires beneath peoples asses (as well as my own) and send them onto victory! But we are talking about marketing and the success and reception of this workshop – and my hard line techniques just don’t seem to be bearing fruit these days. Not even for myself!

EVERYONE would benefit from this workshop who is remotely creative. Those who are in the business of creating art and creating artists… The difficulty you may be having is attracting certain clients to a course. They may feel they are working with “common folk” – beneath them. If you can build a brand around a market group of “like-minded” or “like-focused” professionals. Perhaps even offering a mini-course to a group of agents or managers (literary agents, tv, film, etc…) then asking them to refer clients – after they have had a taste of the work you do?!
This way you may be able to cultivate both the “higher end”, “network-able” client as well as the individuals they represent.

5 Jul 21, 2010 6:58 PM Any creative soul — perhaps on tv station which does hoarding, addictions, home improvements.
6 Jul 21, 2010 7:08 PM Absolutely everyone who is at all motivated (for any reason) to finally “deal with” and “get on top of” any project or process in their lives.
7 Jul 21, 2010 8:48 PM A friend of mine is finishing her art therapy degree and was really interested. I also think graduating college students would be interested in this class because no one ever teaches you what to do after school — how to use the education you’ve just completed or even begin to hunt for jobs or realistically make your goals happen.
8 Jul 21, 2010 9:35 PM Any visual artist.
9 Jul 22, 2010 4:19 AM Baby boomers who think their life and contributions are over, or anyone for that matter who doubts their ability to make a contribution to the world.
10 Jul 22, 2010 4:39 AM Every breathing person

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