A F*R*E*E Course on Creativity

After blogging just once per week for five months, I’ve decided that this frequency isn’t often enough to share what I want to share.

I plan to go back to blogging here twice a week. On Tuesdays I will discuss some “first aid help for writers” topic. On Fridays I plan to give you resources I’ve found helpful: other blog posts, articles, apps, books, and methods to make our writing lives better, more productive, and more fun!

This Freebie is Great

Five weeks ago I signed up for “The Creative Pathfinder,” a free 26-week course on creativity. You receive one lesson per week in your email.

I hadn’t planned to write about this until I finished the whole twenty-six weeks. However, after just five lessons, I think I will pass this along now. It’s a perfect course to begin during the summer months. It will keep your creativity bubbling along despite interruptions from vacations, kids, and visitors that come with summertime.

How It Works

Each lesson builds on the one before it. Each lesson comes with additional articles to read (if you’re interested), worksheets to download so you can apply the lesson, and links to books that are quoted.

To whet your appetite, here’s Lesson #5: “The Four Most Powerful Types of Creative Thinking.” If you like what you read, there is a link at the bottom of the lesson to sign up for the entire free 26-week course.


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2 Responses to A F*R*E*E Course on Creativity

  1. Thanks for the great write-up about my course!

    Glad you’re enjoying it so far, hope you find the rest of it useful.

  2. kwpadmin says:

    I’m sure we all will. The responses on FB and my other blog at http://institutechildrenslit.net/Writers-First-Aid-blog/2012/06/08/a-free-course-on-creativity/ have been good. The weekly letters and lessons are a real shot in the arm! Thanks for your excellent site!

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