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Zoom Ahead - 29 Lessons in Creativity
Zoom Ahead - 29 Lessons in Creativity

Zoom Ahead - 29 Lessons in Creativity

by Michael Michalko

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Language

English

Publisher

East West Books

ISBN

818685228X - Year: 1999 - Pages: 106

Binding

Paperback

Michael Michalko
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Author: Michael Michalko
Publisher: East West Books
Year: 1999
Language: English
Pages: 106
ISBN/UPC (if available): 818685228X

Description

We think of a creative genius as a mysterious person who spontaneously creates ideas out of the blue. This is not so. This is not how a creative genius gets ideas. They get their ideas by working hard and incorporating deliberate thinking practices.

There is in the universe a vast order. It never forsakes you. I throw a coin into the air, and it returns and hits the floor every time. Because there is a vast order, all things can be separated and understood. Observe that when NASA sends up four rockets one-half second apart, their after images are approximately simultaneous. So we say that we se four rockets at the same time. This is the illusion of simultaneity. In the order of things, we attempt to comprehend spontaneously those things, which are not simultaneous.


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Contents

Introduction

1.Creative Negotiating
2.How to be Creative
3.Company Growth
4.Broaden Your Thinking
5.Modified Uses
6.Michelangelo’s Lesson
7.Diving the Future
8.The Future
9.Thinking Together
10.Feed Your Head
11.The Trouble with Harry
12.Break Your Habits
13.Point of View
14.Where Did That Idea Come From
15.Are You As logical As You think You Are
16.Brainwriting
17.Are Your Ideas Crazy Enough
18.Colors of the Mind
19.3 Lessons in Creativity from Thomas Edison
20.3 More Creativity Lessons from Thomas Edison
21.Good Humor Boosts Creativity and Health
22.A Creative and Sticky Invention
23.Beginner’s Luck
24.Creating Inside the Box
25.Do the Impossible
26.Getting Feedback
27.Increasing Your Productivity
28.Look at Your problem in a Different Way
29.9 Ways to Get the Ideas You Need

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