Dream it, Do it. A Compilation of Big Ideas

Summer is the time to dream big! Let those long days be an invitation to explore bold ideas and dream up the life and career you’ve always wanted.

To get you started on your big summer vision quest, we put together a collection of clips from some of our most ambitious classes.

Whether you’ve always wanted to learn a new language, set off on a global travel adventure, sell your art for cash, or launch an online business – our world-class instructors will inspire you, activate you, and show you exactly how it is done.

Ann Rea is on a personal mission to debunk the starving artist mythology. In Fulfill Your Creative Purpose, she sets the stage for saying good-bye to fear and embracing your big dreams.

Lewis Howes was all set to make it big in indoor football, then an injury derailed his plans. Broke, bummed out, and living on his sister’s couch, he cooked up a plan to launch an online business and moved on to launch many more.

Turns out, starting an online business takes a lot of things, but money isn’t one them. Find out how Lewis launched his online empire (and how you can do the same!):

While we want you to think big, we can’t promise you’ll ever be able to achieve the dream of learning a new language over night. But we can offer a close second: unlock the secret to your memory that will let you learn and master a new language quickly.

Check out Gabriel Wyner’s insights for becoming (and staying) fluent in a new language in months, not years.

And now that you’ve mastered that new language, make your big dream of seeing the world, a reality. Chris Guillebeau and Stephanie Zito unveil the magic of credit card points and miles and invite you to explore all of the incredible opportunities before you. Also be sure to check out this great course on travel hacking to take your travel game to the next level.

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Rachel is the content marketing lead for the CreativeLive Craft Channel. Her side hustle is floral design and her day job is awesome. @ms_gregarious.