My co-author and I believe that imagination, which is the ability and willingness to conceive of new possibilities, is central to success in life. In business, imaginative thinking is the only competitive advantage that can't be outsourced. In schools, students that are taught creative problem solving are the ones that have a competitive edge.
I always thought that imagination is something you were born with, or not. Isn't that true? Or can you learn it?
Imagination is something we can all cultivate - with practice. Our book shows how. At the heart of Imagination First is a set of practices for opening up your mind at work, at home, at play. These practices are designed to enable anyone - from corporate executive to platoon sergeant to preschool teacher - to get unstuck, get your mind out of a rut, to reframe challenges, and help others do the same.
Where can our audience buy the book?
Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Borders, etc. We'll be doing a talk and book signing on October 20th at the Barnes & Noble Lincoln Square on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
If they want to learn more about the subject of imagination, is there a website you can direct people to?
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