The Unmistakable Creative Accelerator
Launch, Grow, and Achieve Long Term Success with Your Creative Endeavors.
The Unmistakable Creative Accelerator is a monthly membership designed to help you launch, grow, and achieve long-term success in the creator economy.
Everybody has a story worth telling. Our goal at Unmistakable Creative is to help you find your unique voice, develop a bold and compelling point of view, share your story with the world, and to discover what makes YOU unmistakable.
We'll equip you with the resources and skills to help you get your creative project off the ground and achieve long-term success. By becoming a member, you'll receive an education that kicks the crap out of the one you got in school, gain access to exclusive content, have opportunities to learn from Unmistakable Creative podcast guests, monthly workshops, and AMA sessions.
Joining The Unmistakable Creative Accelerator as a member is also a great way to support our work and helps us to keep producing our free podcast, blog articles, and newsletter.
Does Any of This Sound Familiar?
"I'm afraid that nobody will value what I want to create"
"I'm not sure how to get started"
"I don't know what to do next"
"If I had more focus, clarity, and felt less overwhelmed, I could find the time to accomplish my goals."
"I wish I could effectively apply what I'm learning"
"I'm overwhelmed by information overload, feel disorganized, and perpetually distracted.
Contrary to the titles of popular self-help books and headlines of articles that go viral on the internet, . You end up wasting a lot of time on the wrong things and accomplish nothing.
To start, launch, build and grow anything, you need to develop foundational skills in three areas that aspiring creators often overlook.
Time/Attention Management: The ability to manage your time and attention is the key to consistent progress, finishing what you start and achieving long-term creative success.
Habits are the compound interest of creative success. By building good habits and breaking bad ones, you no longer have to rely on inspiration or willpower.
Systems: Contrary to what many creative people think, systems don't make you less creative. They give you the freedom the be more creative.
Despite their simplicity, these skills pay dividends for every project you work on for the rest of your life
When you have someone holding you accountable, you have someone to encourage you when you're struggling and also to celebrate your successes. You're also more likely to follow through on your creative goals. Being part of The Unmistakable Creative Accelerator means you have a built-in support system that will help you achieve your goals.
The Unmistakable Creative Accelerator includes monthly workshops, online courses, community events, and office hours to further support you in your journey. During these events, you'll have the opportunity to learn from other creative professionals and podcast guests who have been successful in their field. You'll also have the chance to network, discuss your creative challenges, and get inspiration from those around you.
Sprints are short Immersive, practical cohort-based workshops with a focus on expanding your creative capacity, sharpening your skills, and maximizing productivity. Unlike other online courses, our sprints take only three days to complete and are taught live in a group setting. Each session is jam-packed with information and lasts for only an hour. Because the sprints are short, it’s easier to stay focused. You'll have plenty of time to ask questions and get the most out of this unique learning experience.
When you join the Unmistakable Creative Accelerator, you join a community of like-minded people. You'll be able to share your creative ideas with others who are just as passionate about their work as you are. You'll also get the motivation and inspiration to keep working on your creative projects when you're tempted to give up. You'll get valuable feedback on your projects and guidance on your creative projects from other community members.
Thanks to this material, I developed a consistent habit of adding to my body of work every day.
In the past, I had some small wins in building content that got noticed, but I could never sustain the effort long enough to really build a following. I had done a 30-day microblogging challenge, a 30-day LinkedIn video challenge and produced a pilot season of a podcast. Nothing stuck.
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Not only have I developed an understanding of what systems an creative process is specific to my field and my life
From tackling the inner critic to using your brain as a creative space and not an inventory of lists to visual representations of your successes, each one of these became tools for me to have and use as I developed a creative practice that worked for me. Now, twelve weeks later, not only have I developed an understanding of what systems one puts in place to create consistently, but the creative process specific to my field and my life.
These calls every month are a really, really big help because I feel more connected.
These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting.
If you're expecting a magic bullet that requires no work and solves all your problems, save our money. But if you're willing to take small, consistent daily actions, then you'll have everything you need to make your ideas happen. All the material is backed by research and tested on hundreds of creative projects.
This is what one of our members had to say about the time commitment: "I am a working mom of a toddler and a baby. I already had a lot on my plate. And then a freaking global pandemic hit, and my son's preschool closed. And yet, what Srini taught me made me truly realize just how much progress can be made through small actions, executed consistently and systematically."
Unless you're a rocket scientist with 100 million dollars to spare for rocket parts, we can't help you build the next SpaceX. And we probably can't help you become president of a country. But that leaves a lot in between. If you're on the fence, email us at [email protected]
1. You're Searching for a Silver Bullet or Shortcut
If you're expecting to be famous and successful overnight, you'll be disappointed. Developing these foundational skills takes time, energy, effort, and engagement. You have to be willing to take consistent action.
2. You're unwilling to focus on the process instead of the outcome
Suppose you want fame, fortune, status, and accolades without committing to the process. In that case, you'll not only find it challenging to make your ideas happen but also, any level of success you achieve will be temporary.
3. You're unwilling to take a baby step outside your comfort zone
Making your ideas happen is uncomfortable. It means changing behaviors you're comfortable with. It means exposing yourself to the possibility of failure and criticism.
Your Personal Note
In the past 10 years, I've written 4 books, recorded over 1000 podcast episodes, and launched dozens of creative projects. I've also taken dozens of online courses and read 100's of books about building an audience and getting paid for my work. It took years of trial and error to realize that building two or three foundational skills had a far greater impact on my results than trying hundreds of marketing tactics. That's why built the Unmistakable Creative Accelerator.