Outmaneuvering Distraction [Bonnie J. Rough]
DATE UPDATE: This class will now run on 12/2 & 12/9. This has been updated from the print catalog.
All Levels | Every writer must deal with distraction. Even Michel de Montaigne, who could retreat to his private turret to write, complained that the affairs of his estate chipped away at his concentration. In this class, we will acknowledge our distractions, learn to accept (at least some of) them, identify which are within our control, understand how and why the creative process gets interrupted, learn shortcuts to flow state, and design individual new creative practices for ongoing productivity after the course’s end.
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