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How to Have Kick-Ass Ideas: Get Curious, Get Adventurous, Get Creative

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The one-stop resource for your own brilliant ideas
Stuck in a rut? Bored? Dissatisfied? Uninspired? Got a problem you don't know how to solve? What if you knew exactly what you wanted and could make it happen, right now? To get there, you need creativity--you need some kick-ass ideas. This book is chock-full of practical and inspirational ways to help you jump-start your c
Paperback, 256 pages
Published April 23rd 2008 by Skyhorse Publishing (first published 1980)
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KT Mcintyre
Some of this was fun & useful. Other parts felt like I'd been taken aside by the most annoying boss in the universe, just for him to give me colouring crayons and tell me that the key to success was being 'in the right state'.
Good book with some interesting ideas. Kindle format made it a little hard to read. I wish they would figure out that books with "art" included within the text needs to be captured and not just skipped over. This is one I would have benefited from getting in paper format. Still a good guide to suggestions on how to develop new and interesting ideas.
Jordache E.
This is a GREAT book that will have you looking at life, challenges, ideas, and opportunities in a totally new way. It teaches you exercises to implement in your life until they become second nature and will turn your hand to Creative Life Mastery.
Feb 17, 2009 Sam is currently reading it
I think I need to start over and this time read it with a pen and paper and not some much while commuting. It is good, but it seems like I could be getting so much more out of it if I focused on it for more than just commuter reading.
this is a great book. not "revolutionary" ideas.. but simple, practical things that can be re-packaged and used every day. it's really good. i found it very helpful
Michael Rubin
Fantastic book with a lot of great tidbits of inspiration. It's also fun to have on your desk because it's a great conversation starter.
Mary Louise
Chock full of ideas. Ways to stay creative every day.
Kim Gonzalez
Just a fun read
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