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How to be creative : rediscover your creativity and live the life you truly want
How to be creative : rediscover your creativity and live the life you truly want
Dean, Liz, 1965-2015
For many of us, creativity is something that belongs to other people actors, writers, musicians, artists it is not something we would describe ourselves as having. However, creativity is innate in everyone and a key part of our personality. As children, we are in touch with our natural creativity. We learn by engaging all of our senses and we know the value of curiosity and fun. As we get older this creative and intuitive self is stifled and locked away as we become burdened with responsibilities at work and home. In 'How to Be Creative' Liz Dean shows you simple ways to bring creativity back into your life. She starts by looking at the biggest obstacle to creativity: making time. Liz shows you how spending just ten minutes a day on a creative project is enough time to spark new ideas and tap into your creative power. With over 40 specially-designed exercises and original case studies to inspire you, 'How to be Creative' is your go-to guide to a happier, more fulfilled life.
London : CICO Books, 2015.
144 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: ch. One Creative Play -- ch. Two About Time -- ch. Three Creativity as a Path to Empowerment -- ch. Four Growing Your ideas -- ch. Five Creative Problem-Solving -- ch. Six Creativity and Intuition: Your Creative Sixth Sense -- ch. Seven Twenty Ways to Be Creative Every Day.
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