Explore Creativity

Picasso claimed it took him a lifetime to paint like a child. Maybe he was right and being creative isn’t so much about learning but rather about unlearning – about somehow regaining the playful mindset of childhood. But such a task isn’t child’s play. Which is why we search out the best books on creativity and summarize them – so you can get started right away.

The Only Difference Between Success and Failure

Grant Cardone

Wiley, 2011

6/10

Vittorio Loreto

TED, 2017

8/10

Marily Oppezzo

TED, 2017

8/10

Ingrid Fetell Lee

TED, 2018

8/10
With BCG’s Mickey McManus

Mickey McManus

Boston Consulting Group, 2018

7/10
A Revolution in Our Sense of Self
In a radical reassessment of how the mind works, a leading behavioural scientist argues the idea of a deep inner life is an illusion. This is cause for celebration, he says, not despair.

Nick Chater

The Guardian, 2018

8/10
How Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALs, and Maverick Scientists Are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work

Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal

Dey Street, 2017

8/10
The Art of Making and Marketing Work That Lasts

Ryan Holiday

Portfolio, 2017

8/10

Hal Gregersen et al.

Global Peter Drucker Forum, 2017

8/10

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