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  • Hardcover: 66 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (October 4, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1478719249
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478719243
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,877,594 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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       Secrets to a Creative Mind will touch you deep down in your soul. It will become your go to book for those inner questions facing us at every turn of our lives.You will discover the Trans-empiricle world of creativity and Thought Talk-communicating with your subconcsious mind. If you are going to read a self-help book, this is the one, it will become the foundation for all self-help books. "How did I ever live without this information."  5 STARS     READ IT TODAY!!!

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Julie A. Dawson VINE VOICE on February 20, 2013
Format: Paperback
I am a pretty hardcore gamer of both video games and pen-and-paper gaming, and I enjoy learning about the early pioneers in the industry. For folks that don't know, David Judd Nutting is one of those pioneers who helped birth the video game industry through his work with Midway. So I was very interested in reading Secrets to a Creative Mind.

After reading all of these glowing reviews and the review from Kirkus, I have to wonder if these people read the same book that I did. Mr. Nutting fluctuates between lucid explanation and the ramblings of a bitter man. There are instances in the book where he explains a complicated idea in an elegant way, and other times when he descends into the trappings of someone who feels as if he was cheated by a society that never recognized how brilliant he is.

Of particular note is the truly bizarre attack the author makes on Microsoft in his Postface, which just seems so out of place with the rest of the book's focus. The poor attempts at poetry (or "rap rhyme" as the author calls it) are off-putting and amateurish. They are a self-inflicted distraction from the author's more interesting points.

The book reads like one long essay. The author makes a lot of statements of fact and throws out a variety of facts and figures, but doesn't support those statements by citing any sources. There is a list of Further Reading at the end of the book, but it is unclear if these books were his reference material or if it is just a list of recommendations (as one of the books listed is another self-published book by the author, I have to assume the latter).

Sadly, this book could have been wonderful. It is obvious that Mr.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lisa leach on October 30, 2012
Format: Hardcover
In my earlier years a must read book for anyone wanting to improve their lives was “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill a book that became the bestselling book of all time. Hill developed laws and principles for success but never explained how a “thought” can make you rich. Now 60 years later Secrets to a Creative Mind explains in detail how a “thought” can make you successful and perhaps rich. We are the sum of all our life experiences that reside in our subconscious mind. Secrets to a Creative Mind reveals that a thought can be implanted into your subconscious mind and become another experience. Your thoughts on your aspirations and goals in life can be your silent partner residing in your subconscious mind guiding you through everyday life. You can become the master of your mind. Secrets to a Creative Mind is a must read for anyone wanting to improve their lives, especially the young professionals just starting life. As CEO of a small company I will be giving a copy of Secrets to a Creative Mind to each of my 40 employees.
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The author provides his secrets to his success. We can find our creativity using a few "tricks" that he describes in his book. He even provides a reason for napping at work. How bad can that be?
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I really wanted to like Secrets to a Creative Mind, however I felt Nutting placed too much emphasis on himself and his accomplishments than on educating the reader on how his technique can be used in their own lives. I wish he had spent more time talking about how to apply these techniques he talks about to actual situations in the real world. I feel he could have gone more into depth and used actual real life experiences. Instead what it boils down to in the end is basically mediation and this is nothing new for me. After having already read many books on meditation that actually go in-depth on how to achieve that state I was left deflated. What about those who have trouble staying awake during meditation, does his technique still work for them? When does one begin to apply the self talk, before meditation is achieved, during? Should one not apply positive self talk all day, instead of only during meditation? He could have stood out more from the crowd and gave instructions on how one can accomplish meditation, when one is under stress, anxiety or ADHD and cannot concentrate long enough to maintain meditation in the first place.

There is some interesting information presented here on Quantum physics and how the brain and thought process works. I also agree with him on how we learn more from blunders than from accomplishments. I do understand when he talks about how the subconscious mind goes over a previous learned experience and updates, which explains how many things including how learning is achieved.

Maybe it is just me since I already am familiar with most of this information, psychology, Quantum and how the mind reacts to certain situations including its storage of memory and thoughts.
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By VW on July 4, 2013
Format: Paperback
David Judd Nutting's Secrets to a Creative Mind is nothing short of phenomenal. This was such an exciting and intriguing read, especially for a non-fiction book, that I didn't want it to end. I learned how Mr. Nutting became such an incredible industrial designer and engineer who literally changed life as we knew it (back when we didn't even know what that meant). And he actually teaches the reader how to access his, or her, own creative processes. He also includes an explanation of quantum physics that's written in a way that I could actually understand it. Yes, we are from the stars (somehow I have known that for years, but couldn't quite understand how or why, and now I know). The only difficult time I had reading this book came from my own feelings of awe, feeling as if I were in the presence of someone so gifted, someone I never even knew existed until now. Mr. Nutting designed, created, and invented so many things that paved the way for our present technologies. Some of those inventions, when you find out what they are, will actually make your mouth fall open. I am both honored and blessed to have read this book. I highly recommend it!
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