Patti Dobrowolski will present Draw Your Future: How a Simple Picture Will Change Everything at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita on Saturday, December 29, 2018 from 2 to 4pm.
The odds against you making change in your life are 9 to 1. In this dynamic workshop, Patti will show you how to beat the odds. Learn a simple, visual, goal-setting process that, no matter your age, you can immediately use in your world to help yourself turn vision into reality. Whether personal goals, or organization goals, here’s a tool to propel you forward. And, no you don’t even need to know how to draw.
Learn how to leverage the latest neuroscience, resilience strategy and drawing to train your brain to identify and stay focused to achieve key goals. Find out how you can make change more easily.
Patti Dobrowolski, author of DRAWING SOLUTIONS: How Visual Goal Setting Will Change Your Life, is founder of Up Your Creative Genius, a consulting firm that uses visuals and creative processes to help companies and individuals around the world accelerate growth and change. A critically acclaimed comic performer, internationally recognized keynote speaker, writer and business consultant, she has brought innovative visual practices to Fortune 100 companies, government, not for profits and small businesses.
Patti holds an MA in Psychology: Drama Therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Multiple award winner, Dobrowolski is a three-time TEDx speaker “Draw Your Future”, “Imagination Changes Everything,” and “CreativeGenius:You.”
Clients include: Nike, Microsoft Inc, Starbucks Coffee Company, Pepsico, FedEx, Lufthansa, Samsung, Turner Broadcasting, FritoLay, Hoffman LaRoche, HP, Coopervision, Providence, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Space Needle.
Entry fee is $25.00, which includes a copy of Patti’s new book, 9 Tips to Up Your Creative Genius. There will be a book signing after the workshop. Go to www.hoffmanarts.org to register online.
This is a program of the Hoffman Center for the Arts and will be held at the Hoffman Center (across from Manzanita Library at 594 Laneda Avenue.) Further information is available at www.hoffmanarts.org online or contact Vera Wildauer, [email protected]