A lushly illustrated and moving book that shares inspiring stories and anecdotes about the ways angels have touched our lives. Reveals how changing your thought patterns can transform your life through real case studies and easy techniques for readers to follow. Cameron shines a clear light on how one can forge a direct relationship between the passion that fuels their creativity and the more practical aspects of living in general-how to afford and run a home without losing track of your inspiration!
A volume of 365 life-changing readings that brings the sacred wisdom of the Tao to everyday life.
With so much hype around innovation and creativity today, we find it useful to be aware at a deeper level of the history of innovation, applied creativity, creative problem solving and design thinking. In the historical publications one can see early acknowledgement of numerous challenges that many organizations and societies still grapple with today.
Like time capsules, the early publications on the subject of applied creativity reveal the optimism of the post-world war two era, a focus on encouraging imagination and the application of creativity in an American business context.


Also revealed in the historical creative problem solving materials are the societal stereotypes of that era. Apart from the stereotypes that now seem comical, what is interesting to see is the view into a simpler world, the emphasis on idea finding in the context of product objects, and orientation towards engineering or science. Also in the early 1950 era materials one can see concern expressed that America was losing its creative edge, perhaps a timeless topic! With the internet now enabling global interaction and with it built-in judgment functionality, we are interested in how present day and emerging technologies might serve to repair, balance and address several deeply rooted human innovation challenges that have existed for generations.
Being aware of the history of education and innovation helps us and our client partners think about such issues in a context beyond the flavor trend of the moment.
It contains Taoist sayings, wisdom, and stories, all designed to bring awareness of what makes our lives meaningful, especially in a world as hectic as ours.
This terrific little booklet by Alex Osborn entitled The Power of Your Mind was published an astonishing 57 years ago in conjunction with his book Wake Up Your Mind also published in 1952.


Evidently many educational institutions including the business schools did not listen to that message for a very long time. In the early publications women were often depicted as housewives engaged in creative domestic work while men were often depicted as business oriented workers not making effective use of their imaginations. Also fascinating to see is how little some of the problems around changing behaviors in the direction of innovation have changed since Alex Osborn, Sidney Parnes and others began writing about the subject decades ago.



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