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Creative Training: How to be More Creative

Everybody can become more creative and it is quite easy and enjoyable to do so. Being creative has also been shown to help you to learn, remember, be inspired and to be happier. All it takes is an understanding of what makes you creative and a willingness to try out new things.

Creative Training: How to be More Creative by Sancha de Burca is a book that is also a self-paced course on general creativity. Here you can explore your own creativity and find out about the creative lives of others, such as Einstein, Picasso and J. K. Rowling. Over twelve chapters you can develop your creative skills and attitude by engaging in many activities that will introduce you to creative thinking, seeing and being open, as well as helping you to generate many and innovative ideas. As the course progresses you will be challenged to change the way you approach your problem solving and creative decision making. The course looks at the basic neuroscience of creativity as well as giving you lots of practical tips to apply to your creative needs. Creative Training can be applied to all kinds of areas where you want to find a creative solution, such as in business, hobbies, science, education, art and design.

The book is delivered in PDF format. Each of the twelve chapters contains a commentary, case studies and a range of creative activities that are placed in an activity library for ease of access. Creative Training is aimed at adults but the activities can easily be adapted for use in families or schools and can also be used by groups working in organisations.

The author, Sancha de Burca, is a creativity educator with many years’ experience of teaching and coaching for the creative industries, particularly graphic design. Originally a writer, she has also developed and taught both online and face-to-face university and other level courses. She has also worked in a range of other creative training settings, from homeschool co-operatives and youth artswork, to the education department of London’s National Gallery. She is founder of The Graphic Design Project.

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