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Unleash Your Creativity*
Long on Story, Short on Substance
As I have been working through ideas about my own needs for creativity, I was attracted to the concept of this book. The setup of it, unfortunately, didn’t help me with any insights or guidance as I hoped it might. A full half of the book is in story format describing how family and society can squelch creativity and dreams. This didn’t leave much room for the actual discussion of creativity or exercises to help you find your spark and passion. It talked more about the philosophy of creativity than creativity itself.