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"I can't afford it" is a lame excuse.
This is a *free* e-course that will help kick down the money obstacles in your mind.
Here, we'll learn to set basic money systems in place with simple worksheets, and go through easily actionable steps that will help you build money momentum.
You may need $1000 to build your big Passion Project or to go on that Great Adventure -- but here's THE 1000-Dollar-Question:
How will you even get close to that goal if you can't even raise $100 in 2 weeks?
Unlike other available online budget [tools], this one actually guides you step by step on how to become that person you want to be and how to achieve your goals more effectively and concretely. It's easy to understand, and can help you get the ball rolling -- instead of giving up half way!
- Therese A, Course student
BY THE END OF THIS COURSE, YOU WILL HAVE:
A written and actionable plan for a Passion Project, whether it's:
This workshop is for you IF YOU WANT TO:
But you REALLY STRUGGLE WITH:
My name is Arriane, and over the past 5 years, I have taken control & designed my own career around Passion Projects that combine Creativity with a bigger Purpose -- and have found many different ways to actually earn a living from that intersection.
I have done creative and design work with: social enterprises, non-government organizations, the Senate of the Philippines and other government departments, and several startups.
Throughout my career, I have launched and completed many passion projects that activated creativity, design, and women empowerment for a bigger cause (fundraisers, advocacy campaigns, conferences, passing a national law).
You may also view my TEDx talk here: 'Using Creativity for Nation-Building, and most of my press features here.
[While] this is an e-course about funding a passion project, the things I learned from the course were also applicable to other aspects in my life -- personal budgeting, extra-curricular/leadership activities, and events planning.
- Tisha A., Course student & creative entrepreneur