A Whack on the Side of the Head: How to Unlock Your Mind for Innovation

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Creative Think, 1983 - Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.) - 141 pages
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This is a book about the ten mental locks that prevent you from being more innovative and what you can do to open them. Many of the ideas presented here come from the author's experiences as a creative thinking consultant in industry. During the past five years he had the opportunity to work with many innovative and/or interesting companies. He worked with people in marketing, engineering, data processing, finance, research and development, television, and retail. This book contains stories, anecdotes, insights, and ideas that came out of the workshops he conducted as well as many of his own thoughts about what can make you more creative.

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An interesting little book. I don't know that I've applied the principles within as the author intended, but the Creative Whack Pack that goes with it was one of the inspirations for my StoryCards game, so I guess I got some value from it.

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I'm reading this book and really enjoying it so far. It's fun and really provoking you to think the other ways. It's really fun. Read full review

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Foreword by Nolan Bushnell
Avoid Ambiguity 75
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