From me. That’s the simple answer – email me and we figure out the terms 🙂 But, the post should be little more informative, huh? Ok, so here’s how I did it.
I started with from rather rare angle, my interest in image creation and self promotion came form practice of Pick Up Arts. Yes dears – from the hated, controversial art of picking up girls/women. Whatever you think of the subject, there’s no doubt that it is all about self promotion and changing ones image to fit into what is “biologically” attractive. Some techniques may appear bonkers, but as in “normal” image creation intuitive, “common sense” objections are often not accurate for assessing what is successful and what isn’t.
Then I went to college and I broaden my perspective of practical use of methods and strategies with theoretical background which is absolutely necessary if you want to get creative without reinventing the wheel. Really. Yeah, there are people who will say that experience and knowledge kill creativity because of awareness of what is possible and what isn’t, but I think we managed to cover that idea with the “Bravado” post. And please, don’t misunderstand “theory” with “hypothesis” like when people tend to say – “that’s only a theory, practice will tell”…
After academic preparations I attended at self-promotion workshops and seminars, which were crucial for me to be able to move around concepts, mix ideas, re-adjust the puzzles, make collage of elements. Also working with simple projects, analyzing certain cases and designs does help with finding own style of work. It’s not only different to write a speech for someone from designing a whole image, but there are millions of valid and successful styles of doing just one thing – writing a speech for instance. When you studied certain styles you can assess their strong and weak points and propose your, maybe more balanced view.
Lastly, I think one can never stop researching and reinventing own style of work and mind structures – simply question everything he knows.
Take care and make your way to become an expert!
– Przemek Kucia