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Conceptual Blockbusting: A Guide To Better Ideas, Third Edition Paperback – January 21, 1990
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I cringe inside when people want and push for systematic and methodical ways to solve problems. It's almost a religon to some that the pretense of an imagined rigor akin to mathematical proof will always lead them to "correct" answers. It's not that those methods are wrong but they're quite incomplete and tend to only reinforce the mental blocks you already have.
If you want to unconfine your thinking and leverage the power of both halves of your brain, then put this book in your cart, buy it, and read it.
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The book is really great. I got it for a design trip that I was taking to Boston and it was a perfect plane ride. Read morePublished 1 month ago by McKay Anderson
I read this book when I was in college in 1974.
Then I read it again about 10 years ago.
I thought it was an entertaining book that teaches you how to think creatively in... Read more
I think just about anyone could benefit from being made more aware of their mental blocks which can tint the world a certain color or keep them from seeing solutions to their... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ryan Biwer
Deeply disappointing, lacking in substance, with very few useful examples. A grab bag of other people's weak frameworks incompletely explored and poorly explained. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Leibert
It's a good book, and definitely gives some interesting insight and great exercises. However, there isn't a lot of new information. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Angie David
It's a easy reading that helps to understand how we see and face problems.Published 21 months ago by mexican-reader