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I recently completed the book "The Accidental Creative" by Todd Henry.
And now here is "why" of I love this book .... I think this book is great if you are a creative in the commercial world (ie writer, artist, etc).
With inspiring and applicable examples, he illustrates the principles of FRESH throughout his book.
Very insightful and helpful in addressing ways to increase your creative productivity in life. He provides many great, concrete tools you can use to apply his advice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by H. Barnes
If you're looking for ways to reset your creative brain, I would suggest this book. It shows creative folks how to think differently about an average day, week, month so we can be... Read morePublished 1 month ago by writersblock
I have nothing either complimentary nor derrogatory to add about this publication. I think that my rating said it allPublished 2 months ago by Angel
This is a great read, however, it's better if you have the hardcover version to take notes and to go back and re-review things. Read morePublished 3 months ago by mizzou4u
Today's prospects and clients expect more from you than ever before. They want you to bring them ideas, insights and information that can help them achieve their objectives. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jill Konrath
This book suggests that there are key things to do if you want to unlock creativity. Some are counterintuitive. I plan to try a few things, and for me that's a sign of a good book.Published 5 months ago by Aviva Kramer
Has one of the best set of ideas for handling myriad things while keeping ideas focused. Have shared it with many people.Published 5 months ago by Ruth Rosenbaum
I read The Accidental Creative more than five years ago and I am still using the principles Todd Henry laid out in the book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sue