How to Get Ideas

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1996 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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How to Get Ideas shows you - no matter your age or skill, your job or training - how to come up with more ideas, faster and easier. First, Jack Foster tells you how to condition your mind and become "idea-prone; " how to make the child within you and your sense of humor work for you; how to develop your curiosity, visualize your goals, rethink your thinking, combine different ideas, and overcome your fear of rejection. Then, Foster gives you a five-step procedure for solving problems and getting ideas, a proven procedure that takes the mystery and anxiety out of the idea-generating process, a procedure that works. Learn how easy it is to become more creative. Read the book you're holding.
  

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User Review  - John Ferry - Goodreads

Fantastic! Full of ideas and not a word wasted. It's so refreshing to read a self help book with no padding and with so much interesting and practical content. A book I will keep and use for reference. Also contains first class information on what to do in an emergency! Read full review

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User Review  - Harry Nguyen - Goodreads

It should be suitable for those who stick to thinking of "I'm not creative". Yes, you can surely make it! By simply apply easy-to-understand tactics mentioned & well illustrated in the book. Read full review

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Jack Foster is seventy-four and has been married to the same lady, Nancy Jean, for forty-seven years. They have two sons--Mark and Tim. He has been cooking, eating what he cooks, reading cookbooks, making up recipes, and writing about food since his teens. He is a graduate of Northwestern University, a veteran of the U.S. Army, a former advertising agency creative director, a resident of Santa Barbara, and the author of "How To Get Ideas, Ideaship, and the novel, "Hitchhiking.

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