You will receive access to all 8, self-paced modules. You decide when to complete.
To meet the needs of all learners, video tutorials and examples are often provided.
Downloadable PDF Worksheets are available throughout the course.
Recommendations of tools to use and sources of inspiration.
In addition to receiving immediate, lifetime access, you will also receive free updates to the course.
This course will provide you with resources, tools, and ideas to design your creative path. It is up to you to decide how much work to put into it.
Hey there. I am Katy McCullough. I am a mom + a wife + a teacher + a creative + a book nerd + life-long learner.
Those are the positive things about me, I’ve also been told that I am a smidge stubborn and slightly competitive.
Some years back I read A Whole New Mind by Daniel Pink. (Quick synopsis: Pink states that the future belongs to creatives while the past few decades have belonged to lawyers, accountants, etc. It seems as though he was on to something.)
When I finished reading, I was mad – at myself.
I felt like I had totally missed out by not taking advantage of creative opportunities throughout my time in school. I missed out on something awesome – something that, for whatever reason, sounded so right to me. But, then I realized, I was in my 20’s (at the time) and still had my whole life to make it whatever I wanted it to be.
So I decided to start practicing my creativity.
I have been an athlete my whole life + have played on more teams than I can count. As a result, I know that the only way to be good at anything is to do the work – to practice.
As a result of my competitiveness/stubbornness (whatever you want to call it), I will not accept that I am not creative. Even though I missed out on a number of creative opportunities during my schooling (through no one’s fault but my own), I refuse to believe that creativity is just for artists. It is for me. It is for you. It is for all of us.