Dolly Parton once said, “You can’t change the direction of the wind but you can adjust your sails.” Those of you who registered for our summer camps will have received your email this morning letting you know that we’re adjusting ours.
Though we’ve received great support and interest in our summer program it’s become clear that the costs aren’t lining up quite as expected and, as a result, The Creativity Campus is changing tack.
Instead of focusing on the daily camp this summer we’ll be honing in on our weekend workshops for parents and children and our Harnessing Creativity events for adults.
I’ll also be coaching entrepreneurs as a corporate culture mentor at one of Toronto’s leading technology incubators.
In keeping with the passion behind The Creativity Campus, we’re exploring, creating, inspiring and connecting.
Our first parent and child workshop will be on July 20th at a particularly fruitful space (more details to come!) and many more unique events are on the way.
Just as I began writing this, trying to come to grips with sharing the news and feeling a little disappointed, Oprah’s 2013 commencement speech at Harvard crossed my desk. She encountered her hardest professional moments after she launched OWN last year and in the speech talks about how she intended to turn her ship around.
No surprise, it’s an inspring address. Thank you Oprah, for the reminder that life is just trying to move us in another direction…
Today’s a day to remember, those who succeed see challenges as opportunities for innovation and growth. We’re taking this as a chance to focus in, to get more specific and deliver even more valuable strategies to kids, parents and business people.
Where’s your opportunity today?