Jumpstart Your Creativity – 10 Jolts To Get Creative and Stay Creative – A Book Review by Shawn Doyle and Steven Rowell

Jump Start Your Creativity – 10 Jolts to Get Creative and Stay Creative

By Shawn Doyle and Steven Rowell

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-1937879280, $ 14.99, 2013, 170 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Steps to Generate Better Ideas that Get Better Results

“Jump Start Your Creativity – 10 Jolts to Get Creative” is filled with tools, tips, and techniques to inspire, motivate, and assist the reader in generating new and unique ideas.

Shawn Doyle CPS And Steven Rowell combine their passion for developing and implementing programs with their expertise as professional trainers, motivational speakers, and business consultants, to inspire and train people in professional leadership skills, and business growth strategies to become more effective in generating creativity in the workplace.

The authors collaborate in this effort to encourage and enable the reader to pursue, enhance and attain their creative potential. Chapter one is filled with “ideation” tips, techniques, and instructions.

Chapters two through four deals with the challenges we face as a nation, challenges in the field of education, and as individuals. In  remaining chapters they discuss key leadership principles and practices for harnessing the creative process, models for creative thinking, and tools for processing and evaluating creativity. At the end of each chapter is a “Work It” section for making notes and recording actionable strategies, plans, and goals.

Shawn Doyle and Steven Rowell challenge, entertain, and provide easy to understand proposals  to “Jump Start Your Creativity – 10 Jolts to Get Creative and Stay Created.”

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

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