In the spirit of ‘a picture’s worth a thousand words’ here’s my take on what it’s all about.
However, if you want to find out more about the workshop, which takes place at The Proud Archivist, an inspiring venue on London’s Regent’s Canal, do hop over to have a look. Regrettably Jacqui is not offering special discounts for clients with hipster beards and tattoos. But, there is a substantial 20% off for readers of my blog, so don’t forget to use the code Spring2015 when booking or you can go direct to the booking page here.
The workshop is for anyone who really wants to get focused on a project, whether it relates to art, writing, a creative business or any other creative discipline. It’s a chance to switch off from digital distraction, to take an Urban Walk and be inspired by the city, to get good tips about productivity and to go away with an action plan to keep you focused. There’s a delicious breakfast and hot lunch from the chef at The Proud Archivist as part of the deal and cocktails with Jacqui and Clare at the end of the day!
If you go, hope you have a wonderful time! I can personally say that without Jacqui’s focus, drive, digital knowledge and business acumen, I would not have fulfilled as much of my creative potential as I have done. Short of marrying her, this is the best way of getting a shot of her coaching expertise and ferocious ambition – and I hear that Clare is every bit as inspirational! Do hope some of you get to enjoy the Urban Creativity Workshop and I’d love to hear how it goes.