Connecting to Creativity: Ten Keys to Unlocking Your Creative Potential

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Capital Books, 1999 - Self-Help - 133 pages
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Everyone whose job depends on new ideas - from artists to business people - needs creativity, but the creative muse has been considered too elusive and mysterious for the average person. Now this book sets out to reveal the keys to unlocking the creative powers in each and every person. It has developed a practical ten-step process to release and shape creative genius in everyone. Designed to be easy-to-read and apply, the techniques taught here can be applied to all aspects of life by people in all walks of life.

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Contents

How Can You Become Your Most Creative Self?
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Getting Started on the Creative Process
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Making a Clearing for Your Creative Space 2 j Key 3 Paying Attention to Inner and Outer Signals 3 g Key 4 Staring into Space and Doing Nothing
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About the author (1999)

Bergmann is an award-winning, Juilliard-trained dancer and choreographer. She is Professor and Director of Dance at Florida International University and recently served as a Fulbright Scholar in Trinidad.

Colton is Professor of Mass Communication and Journalism at Shenandoah University. She holds a doctorate in social anthropology from the London School of Economics of the University of London.

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