There’s something holding you back.
You can’t put your finger on what it is. You want to blame bad clients, a volatile industry or your own design skills.
Maybe it’s you.
Not who you are. You are talented, hard working, and ambitious – you wouldn’t be looking on this page if that weren’t true. But maybe it’s that voice in your head that tells you you’re none of those things. Maybe it’s the limits you’ve unintentionally set for yourself. Maybe it’s a behavioral pattern created by your own negative self-talk.
What you’ll learn
During this online workshop, you will learn the tools and concepts to reclaim control of your life. Some topics include:
Self-doubt happens to all of us.
But just because it’s ubiquitous doesn’t mean it’s unassailable. There are tools you can use to combat the doubts and become your best self.
In this lecture, you’ll watch Chris Do take your fellow designers through these tools. He’ll deal with imposter syndrome, external vs. internal validation, the Laws of Attraction and Accumulation and so much more. As he advises a room full of your fellow designers, you might be surprised to find that your concerns and roadblocks are universal.
Designed to be consumed however you want – bite-size tips or an all-in-one-sitting lecture – Chris’s advice is here to help.
Chris’ Book Recommendations
Power of Self Confidence by Brian Tracy
The Success Principles by Jack Canfield
7 Strategies For Wealth & Happiness by Jim Rohnhttp://amzn.to/2opVc8N
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
Show Your Work by Austin Kleon
Delivering Happiness: A Path To Profits, Passion, And Purpose by Tony Hsieh
How To Use Graphic Design To Sell Things…Change The World
Chris Do is an Emmy award winning designer, founder and CEO of Blind, Inc., where he oversees the creative and strategic direction of the company.
Mr. Do currently serves on the board and is an advisor for organizations including: AIGA/LA, Emmys Motion & Title Design Peer Group, Otis Board of Governors, Saleshood, Santa Monica College and Woodbury University.
He received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in Graphics/Packaging, where he has taught Sequential Design for over a decade. He’s lectured at: California Institute of the Arts, LA Art Institute, Siggraph, Otis College of Design, MGLA, Cal State Los Angeles/Northridge and San Diego City College.
Prior to forming Blind, Mr. Do worked at Cole & Weber, Seattle as an Art Director, Epitaph Records as a designer and freelance designer at broadcast design firm, Novocom and R/GA LA under Kyle Cooper on main titles such as The Island of Dr. Moreau, Celtic Pride and Eraser.