Have You Ever Had a Hunch?: The Importance of Creative Thinking
Reclaim your creativity by exploring the educational, sociological, psychological, and political influences on independent thinking. Have You Ever Had a Hunch is a powerful tool for self-growth and an invaluable gift for anyone wanting to explore their own creativity. In a series of short, to the point chapters, author Ellen Palestrant strips away the layers of inhibition and repression that encumbers us all.
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