Ever since I returned from New York I’ve been totally and utterly inspired.
I LOVE that city. I love the energy, the inspiration and the can do vibe and no matter how many times I go back, New York captures my heart, every single time.
I always return full of big ideas and dreams and this trip has been no different. Put it down to the lovely light filled space, the brilliant team or the incredible students – ever since I’ve been back home I’ve been feeling totally and utterly unstoppable.
I haven’t managed to get anything more down for the next book but I have a ton of ideas and the clarity is growing by the day, which is a great thing. It means that when I do manage to carve myself some time out to write (and I’m starting to wonder myself when that might be) I’ll be super efficient! I can’t wait.
In the meantime, I’ve been busy working on plans for my workshops, and that’s where you come in.
I’ve been talking for a while about taking my Colour for Creatives workshop online and I’d love to do that.
I love the idea of bringing such a powerful tool to a much wider audience. So I’ve taken the decision that the June workshop in London is going to be my last live Colour Psychology workshop for the foreseeable future. We are currently 70% booked, so if you’d like to join us, please do book sooner rather than later.
I love running the big workshops. I love planning the content, the styling, the food and the handouts. I love creating things like the little books or the postcard packs we do for the Flowerona workshops. I love the way that students create such strong connections with each other and that the room literally buzzes with creativity. And I don’t see any of that changing.
But for a while I’ve been thinking about the potential of running smaller workshops where I can spend more time one to one with each student. And not only that, I love the idea of running workshops over 2-3 days so that we can really cover more ground more intensively.
Maybe I’ll run them somewhere hot (I’m dreaming of Ibiza or Miami!). Maybe they’ll be in London or New York. Perhaps they’ll be retreat style events where we get to spend more downtime reflecting and relaxing as well as the serious game changing stuff. I love the idea of running workshops that cover the business of brand styling as well as the workshops for entrepreneurs. Who knows? I’d really like to know what you want.
I’m ready to listen and if I can, I’ll make it happen.
So please, tell me, what workshops would you like to see?
I’m toying with the idea of a few workshops at the moment – I’ve expanded a little more in the survey and once I have your thoughts I’ll certainly share more. Thanks so much!