James Adams’s unique approach to generating ideas and solving problems has captivated, inspired, and guided thousands of people from all walks of life. The best-selling guide to overcoming creative blocks and unleashing a torrent of great ideas-updated for a new generation of problem solvers. Adams is concerned with the creation of ideas and concepts. He identifies different kinds of blocks – perceptual, emotional, cultural and intellectual – which limit.
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There is a lot of interesting content in this book, but I’m not sure it actually made me more creative. Adams is concerned with the creation of ideas and concepts.
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He identifies different kinds of blocks — perceptual, emotional, cultural and intellectual — which limit the divergence in early phases of Account Options Sign in. This proven and popular book is packed with eye-opening exercises and original thought problems that will stretch your mind.
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