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The Human Design for Success

  • RISD 2 College St. Providence, RI 02903 (map)
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The human mind has a built-in design for success. It’s a brilliant system operating behind the scenes. In this course, taught by Linda Pritcher at Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education, you’ll learn how to leverage the power inherent in the design of the mind to create and innovate more effectively with less resistance and stress. You’ll realize the power and mechanism of insight and how you can tap this capacity and its implications to solve your own design and business problems and work at a new level of innovation with solution oriented thinking.

The course begins February 26 and meets weekly through March 12, 2019
— 3 Sessions of 3 hours each —

To register:

https://cereg.risd.edu/courses/detail/human-design-for-success/22488

If you’d like more detailed information please contact linda@lindapritcher.com

Linda Pritcher is a transformative coach and consultant to innovative thinkers, creators and difference makers. As a certified Supercoach she’s been trained and mentored by many of the top coaches in the world through Michael Neill’s Supercoach Academy, with additional professional training through Insight Principles Institute and Pransky and Associates. Linda brings an understanding of the psychological principles behind insight, clarity and high performance into her work with clients, facilitating the powerful potential in them for breakthrough thinking, creativity, and the problem solving needed for personal and professional success.

She holds a BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design, and received her fashion, shoe and accessory design training from Parsons School of Design and Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. After a career in the New York Fashion Industry in VP Sales, Design and Merchandising positions, she founded two shoe and handbag design businesses and has experienced first hand the complex challenges that creators and entrepreneurs face.

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