Writing is a "Know" Brainer:
How to Use Your Whole Brain to Think Better, Faster, and Smarter
Do you want to learn how to be more creative when you're churning out those writing projects? Then make sure to join us as Gerald "Solutionman" Haman—founder of SolutionPeople, developer of the Chicago Thinkubator, and adjunct professor of innovation at Northwestern University—reveals the keys to creativity and innovation in writing. Drawing on lessons he has leared from 20 years of training more than 50,000 brains in 26 countries, he will tell us:
- How your brain functions during the creative process
- About a four-stage process for writing more creatively and innovatively
- How writers can share their creative ideas with other individuals on Linkedin
Networking, with snacks and beverages, begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by the program at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting is free for IWOC members. Non-members pay $10 with online preregistration and payment or $15 at the door.
All attendees are welcome to join IWOC members at a buy-your-own dinner at a nearby restaurant after the meeting.
IWOC monthly meetings are held in Room 4G at the Gratz Center, 126 E. Chestnut Street, adjacent to the historic Fourth Presbyterian Church (see map, below).
Discounted parking after 5:00pm is available (with validation coupon available at the meeting) at 900 N. Michigan Avenue.
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