Time outs can serve you as a stimulant to creativity.
Innovative ideas require breaks; the brain processes during this time, connects the dots, and then creativity is awakened. Just as Eureka moments occur when you are in the shower; or out jogging, you need time outs to be creative.
Undoing is THE inspirational muscle of creative moves; it is as valuable as the doing muscle. Look at the inch of air in a bottle of soda, without it the soda will not exist.
Enroll now and learn how to better utilize your time-outs!
Undoing triggers imagination; memories and concepts emerge and mature into an inventive stage
Hi my name is Roee Elisha
I’m a geographer, photographer, storyteller, life coach, and an inspirational speaker.
I live and breathe the world of creativity. It has become my second nature.
In the past 6 years I have helped hundreds of individuals, from kindergarten teachers to cyber experts and businessmen to become problem solvers, flexible thinkers and creative team players.
I invite you to join them!
Roee Elisha is one of those guys who is meant to connect: between fields, topics and people.
The inspirational talk Roee gave to the National Geographic team was fascinating, original and thought provoking. The result was a fun and surprising meet-up. I warmly recommend Roee’s talks.
Editor in Chief,
National Geographic Magazine Israel
Push through creative blocks
Gain fresh perspectives
Become more confident to innovate
What's in the course
- Course Legal Disclaimer- please read carefully before proceeding
- Introduction - what will you learn in this section?
- Undoing_story time_Daydreaming_free audio download
- Undoing: Story Time - Daydreaming (2:29)
- Part 1: A Time out as a Eureka moment enhancer: convert your undoing into your personal laboratory of creations (5:09)
- Undoing: Part 2 - Take Inspiration from Creative Heroes (3:47)
- Undoing: Part 3 - Forge Your own Creative Path (1:15)
- Undoing - Bibliography
I learned to take a pause and look at things differently.
Roee is not like all these coachers, who just push you to be more productive and squeeze another minute of your day.
I learned to take a pause and look at things differently. Then I was able to move on more peacefully.
Roee offers a new approach – one that combines different cultures and traditions. But most of all it is a very sensitive and non patronizing process. One that comes from a sincere and deep source.
Project Manager, Israel
Roee is a bright man with a very sharp mind. He is good at explaining complex issues in ways that anyone can understand
Manchester Center, Vermont, USA
The workshops with Roee Elisha were the ultimate gift for our international program’s students. The workshops certainly helped them to strategist innovative moves in their future careers, while acknowledging their unique perspectives, original thinking styles and passion zones.
International Program for Environmental Studies’ Coordinator, Porter School, Tel Aviv Uni
Develop a problem-solving climate
Find opportunities when difficulties arise
Learn to reframe challenging moments
Learn how to create a problem-solving climate
The modern world’s #1 challenge is figuring out how to thrive in a constantly changing market.
What successful people understand is that the challenge is met when you use creativity to navigate your way to the top.
That's why this course is for you!
How will you learn it?
- I am a storyteller, which means that you will be hearing lots of stories with creative insights and practical morals.
- I am a photographer, which means that if you are a visual learner, you will enjoy a good number of compelling images that will spark your imagination.
- I am an inspirational speaker, which means that you will enjoy the benefits of Ted- like talks on your personal screen.
I am a multidisciplinary geographer, which means you will be exposed to out-of-the-box practices and thinking styles from different fields and times.
It was a great provocation for us to think beyond creativity as personal expression and allowed us to make connections with ideas about creativity as a thinking and feeling process
ELC Coordinator Mount Scopus Memorial College
More about me
Early in my career, I worked with the Israeli army to develop a novel night-time taskforce with the military’s K9 dogs unit.
I gained 15 years of international experience in Environmental Management, working across a vast range of industries in the private, non-for profit and the public sectors.
Among my clients are the European Commission, National Geographic Magazine Israel, Israel-Australia Chamber of Commerce, USAID, the Israeli government, General Assembly, Algosec, Tel-Aviv University, and others.
I have also been responsible for initiating the Australia Israel Enviro-Tech Hub with the Australian Government.
I hold an M.A. in Environmental Studies and a B.A. in Geography and Human Environment, from two of the leading universities in Israel.