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Discover Wonder Woman's Greatest Superpower

If you ever find yourself overwhelmed with ideas and projects and can’t seem to be as productive as you like (waving my own hand wildly here!), you might really be interested in this free class that I signed up for -- offered THIS WEDNESDAY by Marney Makridakis, the founder of the creative Web site, ArtellaLand.com.

In Discover Wonder Woman's Greatest Superpower, Marney shares great tips and tools to use art, creativity, and LOVE as powerful new tools to finally get more things done!

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Here's the teleseminar description, straight from Marney:

- Hear candid personal stories from Marney and her special guests, Kathy Cano-Murillo (aka the Craft Chica), and ARTbundance Graduates. They'll share their best Wonder Woman Tips for amazing ways to manage your time and fuel your energy using the power of LOVE!

- Enjoy fun exercises to identify your personal core motivating ARTbundance Principles and the most powerfull (and perhaps most surprising) "loves" of your life.

- Engage in an innovative, hands-on art project that actually focuses these elements to help you portraitize rather than prioritize! Through the portraitizing process, you'll learn new skills to uniquely design each day as your own work of art, creating both the structure AND the support to finally get things done!

- Receive a dynamic follow-up workbook including inspiring and effective ARTsignments that harness the ARTbundance Principles to uncover even more new sources and opportunities for using LOVE to get things done!

Sounds pretty good, right? Personally, I'm looking forward to learning how to "lasso love" and fully expressing myself as the Wonder Woman I am! And you can't beat the price...FREE!

Be sure to go here for the details about "Discover Wonder Woman's Greatest Superpower"!

DISCLAIMER: I am an affiliate of ArtellaLand, and do earn a small commission on any click-through sales. But I really am signed up for the teleseminar myself, and thought some of my readers might also be interested in the content.

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