"The Creativity Guy"
     Author of the book The Joy of Thinking Big

 

Recommended Books about Creativity and Innovation

Recommended by Ernie J. Zelinski

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Bach, Richard. Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah. Dell, 1977.

Buzan, Tony  and Buzan, Barry. The Mind Map Book. BBC Books, 1993.

DeBono, Edward. Lateral Thinking. Penguin Books, 1973.

DeBono, Edward. Six Thinking Hats. Key Porter Books, 1985.

Buchman, Dian Dincin and Groves, Seli. What If? Fifty Discoveries That Changed the World. Scholastic, 1988.

Goleman, Daniel; Kaufman, Paul; and Ray, Michael. The Creative Spirit. Penguin, 1992.

Hank, Kurt  and Parry, Jay. Wake Up Your Creative Genius. Crisp Publications, 1991.

Flatow, Ira. They All Laughed.  HarperPerennial, 1993.

Gwain, Shakti. Living in the Light. Whatever Publishing, 1986.

Koberg, Don and Bagall, Jim. The Universal Traveler. Crisp Publications, 1991.

Kriegel, Robert J.  If it ain't broke, BREAK IT! Warner Books, 1991.

LeBoeuf, Michael. Imagineering - How to Profit from Your Creative Powers. Berkley, 1986.

Miller, William C. The Creative Edge.  Addison-Wesley, 1986.

Nierenberg, Gerald I. The Art of Creative Thinking. Simon & Schuster, 1982.

Nolan, Vincent. Problem Solving. Sphere Books, 1987.

Ray, Michael and Myers, Rochelle. Creativity in Business. Doubleday & Co., 1986.

Raudsepp, Eugene.  Growth Games for the Creative Manager. Perigee Books, 1987.

Saint Exupéry, Antoine de. The Little Prince. Harcourt, Brace, Jovanocich, Inc., 1943.

Sher, Barbara. Wishcraft - How to Get What You Really Want.  Ballantine Books, 1979.

Shock, Robert L. Why Didn't I Think of That? New American Library Books, 1982.

Tompson, Charles. What a Great Idea! HarperPerennial, 1992.

Tompson, Charles. "Yes, But....." The Top 40 Killer Phrases and How to Fight Them. HarperBusiness, 1993.

Torrance, Paul. The Search for Satori & Creativity. Creative Education Foundation & Creative Synergetic Associates, 1979.

VanGundy, Arthur B. Training Your Creative Mind. Prentice-Hall, 1982.

von Oech, Roger. A Kick In The Seat Of The Pants. Harper & Row, 1986.

von Oech, Roger. A Whack On The Side Of The Head. Warner Books, 1983.

Waitley, Denis E. Winning the Innovation Game. Berkley, 1989.

Zelinski, Ernie J.,  101 Really Important Things You Already Know, But Keep Forgetting, VIP BOOKS, 2007

Zelinski, Ernie J., Career Success Without a Real Job: The Career Book for People Too Smart to Work in Corporations. VIP BOOKS,  2009 

Zelinski, Ernie J., How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free: Retirement Wisdom That You Won't Get from Your Financial Advisor, VIP BOOKS, 2009

Zelinski, Ernie J. Look Ma, Life's Easy (How Ordinary People Attain Extraordinary Success and Remarkable Prosperity)

 

Career Success Without a Real Job:

The Career Book for People Too Creative

 to Work in Corporations :

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Top 10 Tell-Tale Signs That You Need to Read The Career Book for People Too Creative to Work in Corporations

  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if your two biggest life success are that you have always eaten and escaped being eaten.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if at your workplace two people have never tried to be clever at the same time simply because your company doesn't have two clever people.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if you are convinced that all your managers at work are descendents of Attila the Hun, Hitler, and Charles Manson.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if everyone at your workplace distrusts everyone else because it is their only defence against assholes. 
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if nine of your co-workers are deceitful and the tenth is too stupid to be so.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if your boss at work couldn't lead lemmings off a cliff.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if the charm of working for a corporation is that it makes a life of deception more easily concealed.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if your company handsomely rewards mediocrity of the highest order.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job if at your workplace, the more ridiculous and destructive the ideas, the higher the probability that they will be adopted.
  • You just may have to read Career Success Without a Real Job  if at your workplace, like in most corporations, the psychopathic elements rise to the top.

  

 

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