95% Shots


It may seem to you that that your seniors and CDs never have mental blocks. Well, here’s a secret. That’s not true. What your seniors and CDs have figured out is how to get themselves out of mental blocks before they get stuck. In this edition of SHOTS, you too can learn and put into practice different tools for overcoming mental blocks, so that you will always have an unending flow of ideas.

Module 1 – Understanding what causes mental blocks
Before we can get ourselves out of our mental blocks, let’s look at the causes of our blocks. When we can identify the situations that create blockage, we can start looking at how to overcome them.
Module 2 – Going back to basics – Brain dump
Self-censorship is the enemy of ideas. It may cause you to never get started or cause you to go around in circles after awhile. To tackle this, we will practice the most basic tool in overcoming mental blocks– a brain dump.
Module 3 – Ways to twist, turn and push the idea
Sometimes we get particularly stuck when we’re asked to tweak an idea, or push it further. What on earth could that mean? In this segment we’ll look at different ways and tools with which you can use to push your ideas further and practice twisitng and pushing ideas.
Who should attend : Young creatives, with between 0-3 years experience. Seasoned creatives who would like a refresher are also welcome.
Trainer : Janet Lee
Duration : 1 Day
Time : 9.00am – 6.00pm

Contact Thiva, thiva@95percent.com.my or call 03-7932 3096 to customize it to your company as an in-house program.

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Testimonials (click to view)

Here are some commendations from our previous participants;

I have discovered another way to overcome mental block problems, and I have learnt how to believe on myself and see thing through other different way. – Eason Heng, Designer, LOWE


Mental block is pretty much self-inflicted or self-blocked. From this session I realise that you are capable to overcome the mental block through knowing yourself and capabilities better. – Lyndy Tan, Web Designer, M&C Saatchi