100 Ways to Be More Creative

[Ebook] ↠ 100 Ways to Be More Creative  Author Ray Deck III – Johndore.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 138 pages
  • 100 Ways to Be More Creative
  • Ray Deck III
  • English
  • 21 March 2019

About the Author: Ray Deck III

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100 Ways to Be More Creative When Ray Deck III Realized That He Had Been Hired To Generate And Execute Ideas, He Got Serious About Honing His Creative Abilities He Started Building A List Of Ways To Be More Creative That Became A Blog The First Entry Was Published In The Spring Of With The Disclaimer, I Do Not Write The Things That I Know, But The Things Which I Need To Learn Now Remixed For Print, Ray S Ways To Be More Creative Are Sure To Help Elevate Your Thinking And Unstop Your Imagination These Ways Are Not Meant To Be Read, But Practiced

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11 thoughts on “100 Ways to Be More Creative

  1. Mad Giles (Giles A. Madding) says:

    Think, Dream, Act Create3.75 starsThis little book does deliver what the title promises one hundred discussions on the nuts and bolts of creativity Some are repetitive in nature and purposefully so, the act of creating is a full of repetition Though most of the concepts were not new to me, I found the book to be enjoyable and at times actually thought provoking This is a subject of lifelong fascination for me What drives us to create and the paths we travel to do so I approached this book not necessarily needing help with coming up with ideas I currently have enough of them to keep a cloned team of five busy for a few lifetimes as it is It was for the chance to explore other perspectives on what creativity is However, if I did ever need help getting the ideas flowing some of the sections may indeed prove quite helpful And not just with the start up point of a project, there are topics covered to help you move along the course all the way to completion As well as some tips on how to move straight on to your next endeavor.I would happily recommend this book to anyone who is perhaps a little nervous about taking those first steps to bring an idea from concept to tangible product.