Have you ever struggled to understand what it means to be creative?
This audiobook will guide you and unlock your critical creative mind, unraveling innovation and inspiring your productivity through simple, proven exercises and concepts. On your way to success, you will complete the interactive steps needed to unleash your creative thinking that nobody has been able to press upon you before. Writing tricks, visualization hacks, and practical mental puzzles will improve your being by boosting the artist inside. I encourage you to steal the art-based activities and suggestive projects, because they will calm and stop your creator's block related to fears and stress. It will feel like meditation - or, as I sometimes call it, gourmet relaxation.
Included are tips for a healthy brain, which won't feel like anything fitness related, that will develop the wired training you seek to unlock the power inside. This book will bring you success when it comes to stomping past creative blocks with presidential authority. You will harness your mental power patterns and unlock the big creative genius designs within. You will take on a Nikola Tesla view of invented creation by crafting your magnificent imagination. No longer will your lazy practices leave you on the partially warm side of contemplation, worrying over your assorted challenges.
I bring you The Magic of Creativity: Coloring Your Story with a Creative Life. In this book you will learn about:
- Understanding creativity and how to unleash the inner you!
- The different types of creative thinkers
- The power of creativity and imagination
- How to measure creative intelligence
- Understanding creative blocks and how they are beneficial
- The power of critical thinking and why now is the time to innovate
- And much more!
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'Girls dig guys.......'
The narrator has a very unusual voice tone, presentation and accent, I found it hard to hear beyond them. He would make a superb fiction reader.
A large part of the book is trying to persuade you that creativity is a good thing but why would you buy this book if you didn't think so yourself?
I became very annoyed especially when I heard the following:
"Being creative is advantageous for you not only in your professional set ups but also in your personal lives, girls dig guys who paint, write, sketch, read or are able to express themselves regardless of medium. You stand good chances of finding a suitable partner if you display exceptional creative skills. It can be considered one of the qualities that Darwin ascribes to the alpha male who seeks to win over his love".
I was going to give up and ask for my money back. Instead I listened through to the end and was glad I did as most of the useful information was in the last two minutes.
There is some useful advice here.