Connecting to Creativity (For the Player, Coach and Parent)
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“Connecting to Creativity - Steps Towards Reaching Your Potential” is an online course that last about 30 minutes. The course consists of six descriptive and instructional videos.
Being creative is not so much a skill one acquires, but rather an attitude that one cultivates. We all have the potential to lead more creative, richer lives. Doing so, however, takes some effort. A large part of the difficulty is our tendency to take the path of least resistance, to let obstacles and negativity drag us down. These difficulties are things we all struggle with. And more often than not, when we’re troubled, we tend to forget about the creative potential inside of us. We forget that we are all born with vast imaginations. While neither exhaustive nor strictly prescriptive, this course will hopefully help lead you back to your creative self. Approach it as you would a good conversation: the more intently you listen, and the more you contribute to it, the richer the conversation is, and the more you ultimately get out of it.
What topics will you cover?
This course will take you through 6 very important topics:
- Find Inspiration…Unless It Finds You
- No Such Thing as Failure
- Give Routine a Break, Or Spontaneous Holiday
- If You Think It’s Hungry, Feed Your Curiosity
- Stay Positive
- The Sudden Reward
What will you achieve?
After attending this course, you will achieve the following:
You will get a certificate confirming your competencies
You will improve your knowledge about goal setting and achieving your dreams
You will learn more about planning, determination, focus and success
Who is the course for?
The course is primarily aimed at players, coaches and parents. However, the fact that it touches on more creative, richer lives; this course will be relevant to virtually anyone that is involved in the soccer training and development industry. The course can also be useful for the clubs and organizations that support this work because it ensures that they are geared towards helping one of their cardinal co-collaborators in the endeavour to develop healthy young soccer players.