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Creative Blindness (And How to Cure It)

Real-Life Stories of Remarkable Creative Vision
Narrated by: Isaac Mellad Pemberton
Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins
4.1 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Summary

Creativity is all around us. Not in art galleries. But on the train, at work, in the street outside, and in schools, hospitals, and restaurants. Creative vision exists wherever people are.

In this entertaining collection of real-life stories, Dave Trott applies his crystal clear lens to define what genuine creative vision looks like. It is problem solving, clarity of thought, seeing what others do not see, and removing complexity to make things as simple as you can.

The timeless lessons revealed here can be applied in advertising, business, and throughout everyday life. By seeing things differently, you can think differently, and change the world around you.

Dave Trott shows you how.

©2019 Harriman House (P)2019 Harriman House

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Captivating Stories, Poorly Read

It's actually a very good book, full of the human side of marketing. It's just read with a monotone voice and a complete lack of inspiration. Shame really. This is one I'd recommend buying the hard copy of.

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interesting content, let down by poor reader

The reader spoiled this book for me by running everything together, bring unable to leave a pause between paragraphs.

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Terrible sound and reader. Great insights though.

Hissing sound. Poor intonation. Background noise. These are just a few examples of the bad audible experience you're about to get. Great book though.

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This sounds like it was recorded in a wheelie bin

It’s such a shame that the lack of quality in this books recording gets in the way of properly enjoying it.

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The narrator doesn’t do it justice

He talks at one speed. Doesn’t signpost new chapters or headings well at all. I love Dave Trott but this reading is murdering the book.

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Awful reader but great stories.

Awful reader but great stories. Brian Clow oh you mean Clough. So so BAD narrator

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Impossible to follow along.

The stories are great but the reader makes it very hard to keep up what's happening. He runs a lot of words together and mumbles through a lot of it. Sadly, I couldn't finish it. I wanted to because the content was great but it was a no-go.