Creating the Course 4: Uncreating

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Confession: this is a little misleading. It should be called, “Un-creating the course."

“Um…Clarissa?"

I know, I know but hear me out.

Since the first webinar, I’ve been trying to plan how to go about this. I wanted to partner up and do joint webinars, but every time I went about it didn't fit. To be honest, it was wrong timing and I kept pushing it, which is never a good thing to do. Plus, I had the site relaunch, my client list started taking off, I moved another two times before moving back to Texas permanently, and I started a new job, so I didn't have the time.

So right now, I'm "uncreating the course" sort of, until I can back to it.

This happens. When things change, it's a sign to take a different path.

It's a natural part of growth, which is why I’m not upset about it. This doesn't mean I'm never doing it, it means it can't be right now or with the same approach as before.

What does this mean for you?

Don't worry, I got you! The blog will incorporate more Photoshop tutorials with access to cheat sheets and guides to help you.  Video tutorials will get created and I'm opening small classes for 5-10 students at a time. So to those concerned, don't be--I’m not letting 'Shop Your Shots die.

So, for now, this is the last post for Creating the Course for a bit. When I start developing the e-course, I’ll make sure to pick it up again.

Find yourself in this situation? There's nothing wrong with going to the drawing board and trying again. That's OK! You're not a failure. Get more creative. Do more research. One way may not be the only way and you may need to go about it a different way.

Remember, failure doesn’t mean to let it go, it means to re-strategize.

Until next time,

C