Myths and Mindsets of Digital Tools and Tech
Myths and Mindsets of Digital Tools and Tech
You’ll find Answers to so Many Questions, Objections, Concerns
If you are on the fence about or not sure how to move forward, this is for YOU!
This workshop PDF might be the most vital of all my courses. Everything starts with our mindsets, attitudes, fears, hopes, dreams.
How we view design and tech can predict our success or failure. Our peace of mind or stress.
I constantly share some or all of the following with so many cool people who are struggling with their online presence. Or site or online store or whatever.
I absolutely loathe some tech. And I love some because it opens the world to each of us. Some apps are delightful, allowing us to be creative and playful.
But most come at a cost of time, money and often, our sanity. I cry alot, but keep on moving forward. I share how you can do that too!
This helps you move forward beyond doubts, concerns and fears.
Designed for creatives and healers, maybe not techies.
(But techies could pick up a few ideas about being open to design and designers, and end users.)
This overview is like a roadmap before you set out on a long journey.
- Mindset, Myths, Tech and Money: Conquering Common Online Obstacles
- Design and Tech Tips for Online Success Strategies
- Demystifying Myths about Blogs, Sites and Online Success
- Plus vital tech info, the bits and pieces often holding us back
- Work at your own pace.
- Every single bit of info is useful and beneficial
- You won’t use it all. Not now, maybe in the future, maybe never
- Tips, tricks an info I’ve read, used, and mostly, shared with so many in various situations.
- The tips and insights you use will be so helpful!
- Lots of little gems you won’t easily find it elsewhere.
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Jenny has a great knack to make you look around and capture the mood either through manipulating manual settings or making the best of what you have at hand. I would recommend checking out these courses to anyone who wants to dream big and get inspired.
I actually sprayed that last flower with a spray bottle to get more interesting image like you did in one of the lessons in Photography for Branded Storytelling Images.” ~ Mark Heck, massage therapist
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“Jenny Lens was not just one of the few photographers chronicling the early punk scene in both North America and London, she was also one of the few women working in a very male-dominated field. Her life is pretty fascinating and made up of the three acts usually associated with characters in movies and novels.”
Patti Smith called me “the girl with the camera eye.” Shouted from LA’s Roxy stage, pointing to me, Nov 15, 1976.
Patti told me “She still dares other photographers to take better photos than I.” The Roxy, August 2002.
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Jenny Lens, Punk Pioneer, when Punk Was Fun
Artistic Alchemist, Creative Instigator, Transformation Teacher, Punk Photographer and all that jazz
My mission is to remove fear and doubt, be inspiring and share the magic of art and tech.