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  - LynleyS - LibraryThing

Actually I read an earlier edition, published 1996. Writing books can be divided into 'tools for writing' and 'self-help/inspirational'. This definitely falls into the latter category, of which I'm ... Read full review

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User Review  - Steve55 - LibraryThing

This is a fun book to read and I’m sure was a fun book to write. Jack Foster confesses in the opening pages that there is no rocket science enclosed within its pages, and perhaps nothing new. In one ... Read full review

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Jack Foster spent 35 years working in the creative departments of major advertising agencies; the first ten as a writer, the last 25 as a creative director. He won dozens of advertising awards, including being named ?Creative Person of the Year? by the Los Angeles Creative Club.

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