Joining Left and Right Brain Mastery for Business
Unleashing Your Creativity for Greatness
October 20, 27, November 3, 10
Enroll now. Class starts next week!
Creativity is essential to recognizing opportunities in the marketplace and understanding how and when to capitalize on them. It involves involves looking beyond the current and visualizing what the future can bring with your initiatives.
Education has traditionally focused on left brain skills. In order to promote innovation, both at the personal and organizational level, right brain/creative skills need to be cultivated and integrated into your business activities. This course will help you start to strengthen and train your right brain to work more effectively with your business.
This course is perfect for entrepreneurs, business owners, and managers who want to foster innovation and build sustainable businesses. Anthem and Marilyn will lead you through right-brain exercises and coach you in how to apply your new skills to your business.
Skills to Develop
- Comfort with uncertainty and ability to conquer fear.
- More refined skill to tell a compelling story both in print and in person.
- Recognizing key relationships between people, moving parts and your environment.
Anthem and Marilyn are both successful entrepreneurs and accomplished artists who have mastered balancing both sides of the brain.
Anthem Salgado, Business Coach and Marketing Strategist
Salgado founded professional development program and consultancy, Art of Hustle, providing training and strategy for small businesses and nonprofit organizations. He focuses on marketing, helping maximize on referral building, social media, and income generation opportunities. His experience spans 15 years across industries that include arts, education, nightlife, cultural and community affairs, and more.
He has given lectures and workshops at Foundation Center, Network of Ensemble Theaters Summit, and UCLA. He has appeared on panels hosted by Social Media Week and Emerging Arts Professionals.
Awards include the Arts & Culture Fellowship to Rockwood Leadership Institute, Philippines Fulbright-Hays scholarship via Sonoma State University, Fellowship to Behance’s 99% Conference, and Young Leader of Color by Theatre Communications Group.
Marilyn Yu, Owner of SHARED
SHARED is a coworking + maker space in San Francisco, located in the heart of SoMa. It is a space for creative people to work and collaborate together. SHARED is based in the belief that together we can create greater things than we could individually or in isolation.
Yu is an award-winning author, artist, and clothing designer. For nearly twenty years she has interwoven media, ideas and people in her creations. She was a pioneer in introducing sustainability to high fashion with her award-winning, hemp-based clothing line Plutonium Clothing. She is a versatile management professional with a dozen years operational experience at mission-based organizations (including a few arts organizations).
In her latest works, Yu is creating a DIY religion based on a contemporary heroine named Eva. By challenging the stagnant ideas of the dominant belief systems, Yu aims to empower people to take control of their thoughts instead of letting thoughts control them. She introduced Eva in “Relations That Suck: The Story of Eva and Dries,” a piece of art in book form that bridges the worlds of fine art, fashion, and fiction. “La Femme Fatale” is a gateway work that invites readers to have an intimate interaction with the beautiful and profound.