- Think about it

- Think about it

What was the last idea you had, and what stopped you from pursuing it?

You were in the shower weren't you? You were rinsing the conditioner out of your hair and then BOOM! A great idea came to you. But just as quickly as the excitement hit you, you're suddenly filled with dread.

What was the last idea you had, and what stopped you from pursuing it?

You were in the shower weren't you? You were rinsing the conditioner out of your hair and then BOOM! A great idea comes to you. But just as quickly as the excitement hit you, you're suddenly filled with dread.
This internal dread is listing out all the reasons why it's not worth you taking any steps to develop the idea. This dread is telling you that:
  • You have no knowledge of where to start,
  • you have no prior experience in the industry,
  • you're way out of your depth and have zero confidence,
  • and you don't even know the right questions to ask
....so why even bother?
Wash the dread away
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This internal dread started to list out all the reasons why it wasn't worth you taking any steps to develop the idea. This dread told you that:
  • You have no knowledge of where to start
  • You have no prior experience in the industry
  • You're way out of your depth and have zero confidence
  • You don't even know the right questions to ask
....so why even bother?
Broken lightbulb

What would happen if you had the tools to overcome that dread?

What would happen if you had the tools to overcome that dread?

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Overcoming dread looks like:
  • Having reliable frameworks you can always refer to when a new idea comes to you
  • Developing an understanding of the fundamentals of a good idea
  • Using your outside perspective to your advantage
  • Having the confidence to try something new
  • Asking all the questions, and overtime, learning how to ask better ones
  • Diving into information and building reference points for yourself
  • Being able to rationalise your ideas
  • Learning to communicate your ideas clearly
  • Sharing your learnings with other people
Let us help you scrub up on your ideas
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A course designed to help aspiring creative entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs develop their ideas.
A course designed to help aspiring creative entrepreneurs and intrepreneurs develop their ideas.
By the end of the bootcamp you will have developed valuable ideation skills that'll give you an edge by learning how to develop your ideas as a creative entrepreneur or intrapreneur.
By the end of the bootcamp you will have developed valuable ideation skills that'll give you an edge by learning how to develop your ideas as a creative entrepreneur or intrapreneur.
You’ll walk away from this programme with a set of frameworks for approaching ideas for product or service-based businesses, but more than that, you’ll hopefully be armed with a new confidence about knowing how to ask the right questions and think about your ideas in a more holistic way.
You’ll walk away from this bootcamp with a set of frameworks for approaching ideas for product or service-based businesses, but more than that, you’ll hopefully be armed with a new confidence about knowing how to ask the right questions and think about your ideas in a more holistic way.

What to expect from the curriculum:

Where do I sign up?

Where do I sign up?

We're busy away building the course content as we speak and will be announcing dates for the course soon enough. We are aiming to run the bootcamp in late summer/early autumn.

In the meantime, register your interest below and you'll be the first to know when we have a date!

Hey, I'm Fiona!

Founder of Visualise in Motion and the resident fighter of fires.

By day, I’m an event/project/operations manager who works primarily within large scale events and venues, brand activations, partnerships and strategy.

I work with brands and clients such as Printworks, Relentless Energy Drink, The V&A, Mark Ronson and Tomorrowland to develop ideas, projects and events, whilst also overseeing key business operations..

By night, I'm a Social Impact and Food Entrepreneur running Visualise in Motion alongside a DTC made to order sweet butter business called Dolce Butter.

I often think about what makes me qualified to run such a bootcamp, and the simplest reason I can give is that I am you.

There have been numerous times over the last couple of years where I've been stumped on how to develop my ideas, but the more practice I got, the more confident I became.

This has overflowed into my day job, as well as all of my side hustles. It has helped me be resourceful, and use my perceived lack of direct experience and insight to my advantage, and I want to help you do the same.

By day, I’m an event/project/operations manager who works primarily within large scale events and venues, brand activations, partnerships and strategy.

I work with brands and clients such as Printworks, Relentless Energy Drink, The V&A, Mark Ronson and Tomorrowland to develop ideas, projects and events, whilst also overseeing key business operations..

By night, I'm a Social Impact and Food Entrepreneur running Visualise in Motion alongside a DTC made to order sweet butter business called Dolce Butter.

I often think about what makes me qualified to run such a bootcamp, and the simplest reason I can give is that I am you.

There have been numerous times over the last couple of years where I've been stumped on how to develop my ideas, but the more practice I got, the more confident I became.

This has overflowed into my day job, as well as all of my side hustles. It has helped me be resourceful, and use my perceived lack of direct experience and insight to my advantage, and I want to help you do the same.

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