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Once you've jumped to somewhere out of sequence, there is no easy way to get back to where you were.
That's not a big problem because you can just ignore the links as I suspect most people will do and read the book in the conventional way. This is when we run into problems.
The short chapters don't really link together. Some even contradict each other. We are told to have a tidy studio and then along comes Einstein telling us not to have a tidy desk.
The author doesn't do much to try to link the ideas or draw conclusions. He is presenting us with little samples of inspiration and leaving it to us to make something of it.
As far as I can tell, that's his teaching method too. He helps people to be creative by putting them in unfamiliar situations which encourages them to find their own solutions.
That's a valid approach, but I was hoping for more. I was hoping for more thought about how it all joins up. It was all a bit random.
There was something else that felt a bit odd. The book is all about creativity, but then each section was virtually identical in format to the one before.
The links at the end of each section were innovative, even if they didn't quite work, but that was where the innovation stopped.
After that it all felt a bit samey. In the end, reading the book felt like walking along a corridor in some swanky office block where there was one of those "inspirational" posters every few steps.
The posters don't tell you what to do. Instead they are meant to be a little nugget of inspiration. You have to do the thinking for yourself.
I suspect that the best way to read this book is in the smallest room of the house. Read a chapter at random first thing in the morning as you are performing your ablutions.
There are some good bits here, but this is not as good a book as it could be. May 11, Chris rated it it was ok. If you want to read a book on creative thinking, read this book.
Or, don't. For things I liked about this book, turn to chapter , for things I hated turn to chapter I'm not sure what I expected from this book, I don't even know how it made it onto my reading list, but I guess I was hoping for less of a 'do this' and more of a 'why you should do this'.
The anecdotes read like a self help book, and the chapters focus around points that are either obvious or contradict one another. Aug 10, Adeeb rated it it was amazing.
So it says here that I started this book last year, and that is completely fine. This book is not to be devoured. I read this book in chunks.
Whenever I felt like I needed a boost of motivation and to clear my mind, I would read a bit of this book. This book is honestly amazing for one reason: it combines amazing stories and success stories to make a point.
We've all heard about creativity, about thinking outside the box and they are reinforced here , but the stories that you may have or may no So it says here that I started this book last year, and that is completely fine.
We've all heard about creativity, about thinking outside the box and they are reinforced here , but the stories that you may have or may not have heard of makes this book more special.
You get to learn applications of creativity and the way the author writes them makes them stick with you. I highly recommend this book. The author is obviously an expert in the field of creativity and I liked the format the author put an effort to complete.
Basically one entry talks about a certain topic in creativity, and when it is finished the entry is followed by a quote that is relevant to the entry.
After that, the author directs you to other entries in this book and somehow connects them together. I personally did not bother reading it in that format because I thought that it might get too confusing for me so I just read it from start to end.
People who actually read it in that order might find faults but I thought that the effort was thoughtful and added value!
Please read it, you will benefit from this book. May 08, Kilian rated it liked it. This book reminded me that there's a creative person in everyone.
It's filled with some great examples of successful people musicians, artists, scientists, entrepreneurs who used creative techniques to achieve their moments of greatness.
One of my favorite chapters was about creating a 'jazz mindset'. The short chapter is about creating a space for improvisation, much like Miles Davis did with his jazz groups, and how leaders and organizations can learn from this mindset.
Rod Judkins did a r This book reminded me that there's a creative person in everyone. Rod Judkins did a remarkable job finding the right stories to make his point.
Truly an inspiring book for anyone seeking some creative advice in their profession or life in general.
Shelves: feed-your-creativity , history , nonfiction. If you need to learn how to think outside the box, this book is a must-read.
Drawing on examples of creative thinkers from all fields of work and study, The Art of Creative Thinking is divided into brief and easily digestible chapters.
It also follows a format similar to a choose-your-own-adventure book, sending you between chapters in a creative way.
I found lots of the stories to be engaging and inspiring, and it definitely helped me rethink the way I operate day to day.
Highly recommended. May 22, Sukhamaya Swain rated it it was amazing. The best part of the book is that though it revolves around a serious topic but each point is elaborated by many wonderful examples.
Each chapter is interesting and delves into the lives of great men but the anecdotes around them are not the famous ones. An absolute un-put-down-able till the last page.
Nov 06, Ashutosh rated it really liked it. Quite an easy read. Most of the chapters have obvious stuffs but many chapters are quite interesting.
Aug 01, Phoenix rated it really liked it Shelves: psychology. Creativity Explored Consists of inspirational anecdotes about creative people who succeeded.
The short vignettes are linked together with hypertext references to each other, but there's no organizational aid provided such as an index or table of contents and no footnotes to validate authenticity.
The bibliography is of limited use in this regard. I created my own index to interesting bits and marked them with tabs.
Judkins suggests that the text can be read in any order in which case reading it Creativity Explored Consists of inspirational anecdotes about creative people who succeeded.
Judkins suggests that the text can be read in any order in which case reading it linearly makes little difference. At the end are some creative exercises that are interesting to try out but it's fairly short and seems to have been just dashed off.
It's a light entertaining read and while not earth shattering this sort of book is a useful prod to get out of a rut, though the advice often conflicts with itself, which is the prerogative of creativity for as Emerson once said, "a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds".
Some of it, like attempting medical experiments on yourself albeit the examples used were doctors is extremely dangerous - simply don't try this at all.
Think differently, shake it up, adopt a different perspective, enjoy silence, be yourself, truly listen, find your inspiration, persevere, believe in your dream and spend time dreaming, learn from your mistakes, follow the money Some stories are personal recollections of the author, others are generally well known.
No guarantees but a few are gems that are worth the price of the book. Rating: 3. Oct 23, Dil Nawaz rated it it was amazing. Note: Awesome Books Except Few lines or Articles All you can say your Daily Dose of Inspiration for creativity.
If you get stuck while doing something creative try to read this book randomly from any page you will understand the whole story.
This book has one or two pages of articles. Not boring but attention grabber. Try to read by yourself and create something creative today. Dil Nawaz Co-Founder The Lion Studios www.
This book is my new favorite! It is an amazing eyeopener, Rod Judkins flips between thinking techniques and how we're always told and taught that we might not be creative enough to how creative minds actually work and how creative ideas were actually generated.
This book has a great amount of general knowledge, i loved how he moves between authors,painters,directors,sculptors,scientists, writers and business gurus.
This book has got me thinking about the amount of books I haven't read yet, the amo This book is my new favorite!
This book has got me thinking about the amount of books I haven't read yet, the amount of places I haven't been to and the amount of people I need to meet : My favorite quotes: "If you're a nobody, it's not a good idea to be a difficult nobody.
When you're a somebody, you can be a difficult somebody, but even then it's probably not wise" "Play is a catalyst, it boosts productivity and is vital for problem solving.
Play is not taken seriously enough. You're a success in your field if you don't know whether what you're doing is work or play.
A beginner has a fresh perspective. The amateurish and unprofessional are open to new ideas, they'll try everything. They don't know how things should be done and nothing is wrong for them because they don't know what's right.
Jul 02, Mohammed Jaffar rated it liked it. Some contradicting ideas, some repititive ones. Maybe this is because of the fact that the author mentioned that the book is not meant to be read linearly.
Although, it has given me a gateway to the world of Art, and can be read for this sole purpose. Jun 26, Renee C rated it really liked it Shelves: business , owned , faves.
Can I admit that I did read this front to back, in a linear fashion. A small fail in my creative thinking! I was too worried about missing chapters because I enjoyed this book thoroughly!
I'd suggest anyone pick this up and they could get something out of it. The anecdotes about writers, artists, film makers and other creative thinkers are intriguing and lend to some really interesting lessons.
I did also, like seeing one of my favorite Stephen King quotes in there: "Kill your darlings, kill your Can I admit that I did read this front to back, in a linear fashion.
I did also, like seeing one of my favorite Stephen King quotes in there: "Kill your darlings, kill your darlings, even when it breaks your egocentric little scribbler's heart, kill your darlings' 4.
Aug 08, Anna Rasmussen rated it liked it. I found this book really inspiring! It is laid out into over a hundred chapters each one is only a couple of pages and each chapter touches on a single idea related to creative thinking.
The book is centred around anecdotes about creative people from artists to entrepreneurs and product designers as well as businesses.
I usually like a bit of ev I found this book really inspiring! I usually like a bit of evolutionary psychology or science in this type of book but it was quite refreshing that most of the points were made using examples and stories as opposed to references to articles.
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