In Ideas Like Shoes Take You Places, Debra Langley explores the field
of innovation and creative thinking and reinforces the idea that anyone can be
creative. Ideas are not limited to a few highly gifted individuals as we may
have previously thought. It pinpoints a few basic tools that if implemented and
practised daily will help you lay a solid creativity foundation and teaches you
how to change your conventional way of thinking. Start thinking outside of the box, you can be creative. Scroll further down the page to download your free sample chapters.
“Step outside the daily nuts and bolts of life, and examine your own amazing potential for creative thinking.”
- DOUGLAS KRUGER, BUSINESS CONSULTANT, AUTHOR, AND PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER
Click on the image below to preview free sample chapters of Ideas Like Shoes: Take You Places. All it takes is one simple idea to change the course of your life forever. This book will teach you how to find those million dollar ideas. Anyone has the potential to come up with a great idea. Make the life changing decision and read the book.
Most of us go through life doubting our own talents and abilities. We look towards other people that have succeeded and we try to copy their ideas and do what they are doing. We are not original or unique and keep our best talents and most original ideas trapped inside. We fear what other people may think and so we continue to produce work that is an inferior copy of someone else’s.
Your best work is your work; it is original and is uniquely yours. It comes from inside you and does not resemble the work of someone else at all. Nowhere is this more important than in the field of creativity where we must make hundreds of connections in the brain, become smarter, think faster and be more astute as we find the lucrative A-Ha moments in daily life.
With practical examples, this book shows you just how easy it is to come up with big ideas. Debra shares simple, effective and time tested actions that we can all implement daily. After all it’s the ideamen that get ahead in life! Are you ready to join ranks with the world’s leading innovators?
Having the right tools and a few secret ingredients on hand can create the platform for some award winning ideas. That is exactly what Ideas Like Shoes is about. It is going to teach you where to find the secret ingredients and how to mix them all together to create something totally unique. The ability to think creatively is a skill that can be learned, you just need to acquire a set of skills to help you see things differently. To help you break the shackles of sameness and add the splash of vibrant colour back into your life.
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Debra Langley, is a qualified pharmacist who started off her professional career working in the retail pharmacy industry. She ran a bookshop and dabbled in the field of natural health for a few years, until she discovered her true passion, creative thinking.
She has been researching the topic of creativity for many years and has used it in both her professional and private capacity. Once tasked with a single school fundraising event she was part of the driving team to raise R475 000 in 24 hours breaking the Guinness World Record for the most people to swim a 24 hour relay event. To do this you need to be innovative and have some great ideas.
She has developed the Think-Speak Innovative Reading Programme and authors the www.think-speak.com website, a treasure chest of random sparks to help accelerate your thinking and speed up the process of creative thought. Debra is the author of www.creativewriting-prompts.com and is one of the founding members of Kooblla, the online bookclub management software.
She is married to Gavin Langley (a headmaster) and has two gorgeous daughters, Melissa and Kelsey. An author, webmaster, professional speaker and former president of the Strelitzia Toastmasters club in Pretoria.
Debra walks her talk and truly believes that anyone can be creative and come up with the next inspirational idea that can change the world.
Will it be you?
"A drop of ink may make a million think." -Lord Byron