Unlock Creativity For Any Field Become More Creative

Learn about the right mental and physical states for creativity, and unlock creativity the same day you take the course
Unlock Creativity For Any Field Become More Creative
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4h 1m


Alex Genadinik


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Unlock Creativity For Any Field Become More Creative

What you’ll learn

Unlock creativity for exponential results in career or creative endeavors
Understand the ideal mood and energy level to get into creative work
Work smarter, not harder
Get creativity exercises to practice
Use play to unlock creativity
Many creativity exercises

Unlock Creativity For Any Field Become More Creative


There is no prerequisite to take this course.


Learn about the state of playfulness, get more creativity in that state, and apply it to your most critical tasks while keeping risk of failure low.CORRECTLY USE PLAY TO UNLOCK CREATIVITYMost people think that you should be very serious about the things that are mission-critical for you. But if you are very serious, and stakes are high at all times, you’ll be afraid to try new things, and you won’t grow.In this course, you’ll learn about balancing when and how to be playful and creative in the things that are most important for you so you can find novel and creative solutions that are levels above what’s been done before.EXERCISES TO PRACTICE YOUR CREATIVE SKILLSIt’s not enough to just learn about creativity. You have to test your skills at it. There will be a number of exercises to help you try  to find creative solutions in low-stakes scenarios. LEARN ABOUT HOW A LEVEL OF CREATIVITY CHANGES WITH EXPERIENCEIf you’re new at any given skill, you’ll have a high number of creative solutions. They may not be great, but that will be creative. As you gain experience in a field, you no longer need to be creative since you have proven methods for doing things. But if you can keep your creativity deliberately up as experience grows, you’ll find better and more useful creative solutions to problems.PHASES OF CREATIVITYWhen we engage in a creative process, there are actually at least two stages to that process. The first phase of creativity is to think as broadly as possible and gather as many ideas or options as possible. The second phase of creativity and go through all the creative ideas you’ve gathered, and edit them to make sense. The analogy for this would be the relationship between a creative writer and an editor. But in most cases of engaging in creativity, you must be both, the creative person and the editor. The combination of both of these will ensure that your creative works achieve high quality and resonate with people who may consume your creative works.CREATIVITY CAN BE APPLIED ANYWHERE IN YOUR LIFEMost people think that creativity is something you need during the creative process of making art or music. But I would encourage you to add creativity to just about every part of your life from problem-solving to professional work to personal life. Think outside the box all the time. It’s a fun challenge you can take on every moment of your life, and the best part if that the results will often positively surprise you.MAKE CREATIVITY A PART OF YOUR IDENTITY – YOU ARE A CREATIVE PERSONMake everything you do creative, and live your live creatively. It’s more fun, and a creatively-lived life is more fascinating moment-to-moment. Take pride in your creativity, and have it enrich every facet of your life.HOW HAVING A CREATIVE LIFE WILL CHANGE YOUInstead of doing the same old thing that everyone else does simply because it’s the thing to do, you will think for yourself, and do the more enjoyable things that inspire and interest you. Separate yourself from the boring lifestyles of people around you. Instead of being a consumer of other people’s entertainment, content, or products, turn yourself into a person who uses creativity to create content or product that other people consumer or buy. When you always come up with new ways of doing things or new solutions, you will become the thought leader people pay attention to, and follow.Invest in your future! Enroll today!


Section 1: Introduction and welcome warm

Lecture 1 Introduction and warm welcome to this creativity course

Lecture 2 How to be more creative

Section 2: Play and creativity is more profoundly linked than you think

Lecture 3 The state of play to unlock a creative state of mind

Lecture 4 Getting into the state of play, and protecting your play

Lecture 5 Last words about play – experiment in new fields of mental and physical play

Section 3: More on creativity

Lecture 6 Creativity correlation to expertise, and how to unlock more creativity

Lecture 7 Another way of looking at creativity & the path to breakthroughs

Lecture 8 The Cathedral Method for enhanced creativity

Section 4: Creativity exercises

Lecture 9 Nine dot puzzle exercise and challenge to think creatively

Lecture 10 Nine dot puzzle answers

Lecture 11 Creativity exercise: answer the same question in many ways

Lecture 12 Creativity exercise: what can you do with a random item?

Lecture 13 Brain hack to come up with creative solutions

Lecture 14 Creativity exercise

Lecture 15 Creativity exercise – answer

Section 5: More creativity methods

Lecture 16 Brainstorming for creativity

Lecture 17 The opposite or the reverse method to unlock creativity

Lecture 18 Your inner life cultivation for creativity

Section 6: Your creative class project – create a poem or song lyrics

Lecture 19 Section introduction – why poetry

Lecture 20 Imagery that’s transmitted, grabs attention and creates an emotional connection

Lecture 21 “Slice of life” and “Art is not what but how”

Lecture 22 Metaphors in poetry

Lecture 23 Similes in poetry

Lecture 24 Rhyme schemes in poetry

Section 7: Poem structure

Lecture 25 What makes writing a poem and not prose – poetry definition

Lecture 26 Start with single line or “pretty” idea

Lecture 27 Starting with writing just one line of a poem

Lecture 28 Example of a bad beginner poem

Lecture 29 Next step up – the Haiku – poetry from Japanese culture

Lecture 30 4-line poem that can also be a song chorus

Lecture 31 Optional: turn a short poem into a longer poem: 16-28 original lines

Section 8: Exploring existing works of art, music, and poetry

Lecture 32 Section introduction – evaluating common popular songs

Lecture 33 Best single rap line – let me know if you like another better

Lecture 34 Bob Dylan – Mr. Tambourine Man

Lecture 35 Neil Young’s Heart of Gold

Lecture 36 Playlist of songs with meaningful poetry

Lecture 37 Critique of writing in popular genres like Country or R&B music

Section 9: Examples of historic creative art, poetry, and music combined with new works

Lecture 38 Section introduction – riffing with Beethoven, Vermeer, and Michelangelo

Lecture 39 The 5th Symphony by Beethoven, a poem about the 5th Symphony, and a modern song

Lecture 40 Creation of Adam by Michelangelo

Lecture 41 Girl With The Pearl Earring painting, poem, and song

Lecture 42 Philosophy: What is beauty? Socratic dialog Hippeas Major & song inspired by it

Section 10: Conclusion – thank you for being an amazing student

Lecture 43 Thank you for being a great student in this creativity course

Everyone should be more creative.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 1m | 526.96 MB
Created by: Alex Genadinik

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