Well I have a lot to share with you today, and one thing in particular that is simply awesome and exciting. I hope you all will be as excited about it as I am.
At long last, essence mapping has gone public!
My very first course on essence mapping is live and for sale at learnable.com!
* dances about in joy and glee *
So what does that mean? I am pretty sure a lot of you don’t even know what essence mapping is, or why you would care. And especially why a course you have to actually pay for would even be worth hearing about.
Or why you should even keep on reading!
Well, hopefully you have a reason to keep on reading… I have something to tell you! 😛
Essence Mapping is a system of artistic communication. It enables creative artists, whether they be designers or writers or anything else, to write down, and thus communicate, pure artistic expression without ambiguity.
Using this system, you can capture the perfect essence of a moment, an emotion, a thought, an impression, and communicate it to someone else, and define it for yourself. And you can do it without having to get any kind of software or anything like that. You can even scribble it out on paper if you want.
In the past, essence mapping has been known as enigmatic and confusing. Difficult to learn. But no more. It has been completely revamped and reexplained from the foundation up, and this course that just went live, teaches it all to you!
Imagine: in one week, you can be able to describe anything you want to describe. Even so-called indescribable things!
One week, five lessons, just for you.
So check out the course, share it, subscribe, tell everyone about it! 🙂
And if you still aren’t sure you want to click that link (come on… it isn’t that hard… click it!), check out this video of me giving more details about why essence mapping is just so cool:
Got it? Good. Now go click the link. And then click the Subscribe button. Not that hard. 😉
And now here are a few other videos that I have found either awesome, or super helpful.
An awesome short film using music as the main action sequence. Brilliant cinematography, acting, and music of course:
Two videos by the Gracie brothers, showing you just one of the strategies of teaching that they use, making them world renowned as some of the best instructors ever, on anything.
And then, a music video with one of the best renditions I have ever heard of Hans Zimmer’s song He’s a Pirate, for Pirates of the Caribbean:
Have fun! 😀
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