Five Star Mind: Games and Exercises to Stimulate Your Creativity and Imagination

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Doubleday, 1995 - Games - 247 pages
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Following the extraordinary international success of Tom Wujec's first book, "Pumping Ions," "Five Star Mind" teaches you to unlock and expand thecreative potential you already possess -- although you might not know it -- anddevelop it to give you confidence and skills that will enhance your work andyour life.

Using puzzles, tips, thought association, relaxation techniques, games of"What If, " and constant questioning, Tom Wujec cajoles you into realizing yourinherent power for creative thought and expression. In addition to helping youdiscover your innate abilities, Wujec shows you innumerable ways to apply yournew ideas and creativity to work, to everyday life, or to just having fun. With "Five Star Mind," you participate in the creative process, develop yourinventiveness and imagination, and enhance skills that will have you cooking upfive-star ideas of your own!

Tom Wujec is creative dirtector of Digital Media Services at the Royal OntarioMuseum in Toronto. He lectures internationally on the subjects of multimediainterface design, computer animation, and developing content for CD-ROM titlesand electronic information networks. Tom has studied psychology andastrophysics at the University of Toronto.

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Tom Wujec is creative dirtector of Digital Media Services at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.  He lectures internationally on the subjects of multimedia interface design, computer animation, and developing content for CD-ROM titles and electronic information networks.  Tom has studied psychology and astrophysics at the University of Toronto.

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