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.

Ken Robinson

TED, 2010

10/10

Tom Wujec

World.Minds, 2016

9/10
A Power Tool for Creative Thinking

Rowan Gibson

Wiley, 2015

9/10

Fareed Zakaria

W.W. Norton, 2015

9/10
How Improvisation Reverses “No, But” Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration

Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton

HarperBusiness, 2015

9/10
How To Transform Your Limitations Into Advantages, and Why It's Everyone's Business

Adam Morgan and Mark Barden

Wiley, 2015

9/10
Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration

Ed Catmull and Amy Wallace

Random House, 2014

9/10

Brené Brown

99U, 2013

9/10
Empowering Sales Through Visuals

Corey Sommers and David Jenkins

Wiley, 2013

9/10

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