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THE ARTIST'S WAY AT WORK: Catapulting Forward
The Art and Science of Creativity, Longevity and Success

Dates: June 11, 12, 13, 2004 Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Times: Friday, 7-9:30 pm, Saturday, 8:30 to 6:00, Sunday, 8:30 to 4:00.
Price: $600. USD
Fee can be paid by check or credit card and INCLUDES one month of team coaching and support from Mark Bryan.


ANNOUNCING A NEW WEEKEND INTENSIVE With Mark Bryan

The Artist’s Way, The Artist’s Way at Work and BEYOND

Mark Bryan, co-founder of the original Artist’s Way workshops, will teach a combination workshop in response to repeated requests from readers for renewal and access to the new techniques he has been developing for professionals. The workshop will culminate in the formation of small working groups to accomplish specific member goals. These goals will be related to Mark’s expertise and stated mission -- to help people become artists at whatever they do. Workshop participants will be those who create art, manage talent, guide discoveries, invent and market innovative products, build enthusiastic workforces or desire to develop happier families. Simply put, the workshop’s goal is to catapult group members toward their highest professional and personal goals.

This intensive weekend will illuminate the best practices of the behavioral sciences and motivate participants toward their next important leap toward fulfillment, financial success, creative expression, and psychological wholeness. Participants will experience the thrill and power of the original Artist’s Way and The Artist’s Way at Work but they will also enjoy entirely new exercises and tools that have not yet been taught outside of prestigious conferences for professional trainers or executive coaches. This futuristic approach to personal transformation is fast becoming the hottest training for creativity and personal evolution around.

This workshop exploration will be both fun and intense. It will help participants gain self-awareness, confidence and creative expression as the exercises and small group experiences provide a safe, empirically sound, and exciting encounter with each participant’s history, dreams, strengths and future possibilities in every area of their life.

This future focused process has 3 main objectives: To teach effective methods of reflection that lead to insight and optimism, to help participants re-imagine their setbacks, and limitations so they face life from a more positive emotional stance, and to illuminate their strengths and re-ignite their passion to achieve optimal success in work and in love. Ultimately, the goal is to increase our joy in everyday existence and introduce and instill proven practices that will lead to constant renewal and rejuvenation over the life course.

Dates: June 11, 12, 13, 2004 Location: Los Angeles, CA.
Times: Friday, 7-9:30 pm, Saturday, 8:30 to 6:00, Sunday, 8:30 to 4:00.
Price: $600. USD Fee can be paid by check or credit card and includes one month of team coaching and support from Mark Bryan.

TO REGISTER: Call 626-535-0141 or email: mark@markbryan.com

Mark A. Bryan

Mark Bryan is an internationally known speaker, consultant and creativity coach. He earned his ED.M from Harvard University with a specialty is human development and psychology and is a former member of the Dialogue Project at the Sloan School of Management at MIT. He is the co-founder of the original Artist’s Way Workshops with Julia Cameron and the author or co-author of several best selling books, including The Artist’s Way at Work: Riding the Dragon, Money Drunk Money Sober, The Prodigal Father: Reuniting Fathers and Their Children and Codes of Love: How to Rethink Your Family and Remake Your Life. He is also a former member Oprah’s Change Your Life Team and is currently hosting a television series about creativity and innovation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This experience can improve participants’ efforts to achieve their creative goals even if they are unclear on what those goals should be. Below is a list of common objectives from previous workshops. Many come to Mark’s workshops or private coaching certain about what they want only to discover something much more important lie ahead. We all need help to see ourselves clearly.

Frequent Client Objectives and Outcomes:

  1. Initiate and complete creative projects – in business, science, and the fine arts.
  2. Rebuild damaged family or business relationships.
  3. Restructure a business, scientific or artistic career.
  4. Design and develop new products, processes or services.
  5. Transition from one career or life phase into another.
  6. Balance home life and work life for the benefit of both.
  7. Accept and overcome personal loss, career disappointments or abrupt change in circumstance.
  8. Find new meaning in life or in work.
  9. Increase morale, attendance, and productivity in an individual, team or work force.
  10. Identify new marketing, advertising or branding strategies.
  11. Capture non-linear business opportunities.
  12. Leverage the effects of success, wealth and/or fame.
  13. Propel initial success into a career.
  14. Create respectful dialogue between creative talent and business representatives.
  15. Manage recovery from substance abuse, impulse or mood disorders.
  16. Organize an adventurous corporate or artistic community that lives on the edge of intuition and creative advantage.
  17. Work through the underlying emotions that cut productivity and damage team communication.
  18. Utilize the anxiety caused by deadline pressure.
  19. Resolve costly conflicts between talented individuals.

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