How to use MasterClass to change your life journey.
I recently received MasterClass as a gift and I wanted to share it with everyone. Why? It is inspirational and for some, the motivation you need to move outside your comfort zone lies within one of these videos. If you’re ready to take a different career path, this is the investment of a lifetime.
You know my personal mantra, “Learn before you leap.” Few of us take a moment to investigate how we want to spend our time. We rarely change our life’s work. Accepting the same type of employment. Complacent and destined to sit, dissatisfied in a job we hate. All too often we leave our happiness, joy and satisfaction to others, employers, family members, friends etc.All too often we leave our happiness, joy and satisfaction to others, employers, family members, friends Click To Tweet
MasterClass is an “immersive online experience.” It’s a glimpse into how genius begins. The video courses are 100% exclusive. And gives viewers the opportunity to see how a Master fine tunes their craft.
How often have you asked, “How did they do that?” You won’t learn by browsing Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr. Social media will not change the direction of your life, only you can do that.
There is a method to viewing and listening to the Masters in MasterClass. Let’s take a look at this MasterClass clip by Shonda Rhimes. As you listen to it replace the word writer with baker, personal chef, or cake designer. In only one minute and fifty-one seconds, she shares insight into how you can change your life.
What’s the topic of your MasterClass?
There are thousands of food products you can create. If you can dream it you can make it. Think about what people love to eat or drink. What pairs well with beer or wine? Study a food you love and break it down into its bare essence.
Take bread for instance. Is there a way to create something outside the box? Remember the chef who created the Cronut? What about the unconventional Black Bean and Raisin Bread featured in the 1984 version of Laura’s Kitchen Bread Book.
The advice most Masters give is to start. Stop procrastinating and start reading, baking, cooking, experimenting, tasting and honing your craft. A baker bakes. A Cook cooks. A Cake Decorator decorates. The key is to start, now!