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Tap Into Your Creativity & Inspiration

Ever wonder how creative people come up with creative ideas? Do you wish you too could come up with innovative ideas and solutions? Well you are in luck, because the truth is anyone can find inspiration and be creative! Attend this webinar to learn how to find inspiration and tap into your creative side, even if you believe you were not born with the "creative gene" or have a single creative bone in you.

This session is free and open to anyone interested in learning about the creative process and how to become more creative. People who should attend:
  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Artists
  • Musicians
  • Writers
  • Marketers
  • Scientists
  • Inventors
  • ACE members
  • Extension Faculty & Staff
  • Linear thinking people
  • Non-Linear thinking people
  • Folks who are not used to thinking
  • Folks who don't know what to think
  • Young people
  • People going through middle age crisis
  • Older, more mature folks
  • Anyone with a brain and breathing

Provided by the Association of Communication Excellence (ACE).


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