‘I’ve seen ?What If! in action and it works.’ Alan Yentob, BBC
‘Chris Brown has the rare ability to inspire people to want to learn – he stimulates a passion for creative thinking.’ James Meyer, Vice President Marketing, Kimberly-Clark Europe
'Chris’s book is a champagne-in-the-veins tonic for jaundiced people who desire to revive the technicolour from a monochrome life. I heartily recommend it.' Tim Smit, co-founder and CEO of the Eden Project
Chris Brown is head of training at ?What If! the innovation company which is responsible for coaching blue chip companies, including Sainsburys and Nike. The company has offices in London, Manchester, New York and Sydney. He is a trained NLP practitioner and Reiki master and has a burning interest in personal development, having thrown in a lucrative career marketing Carling Black Label and deciding coaching was his future.
Arrived within time. As described. Great value. Thanks.Published 5 months ago by Charlotte Peters Rock
I read this book carefully. However, I felt it didn't stand up to a truly detailed read where you try to follow it step-by-step. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ms. E. A. Hollis
This book is full of gimickly wee phrases that might motivate you into action but it isn't going to change your world. Read morePublished on 25 Jun. 2011 by Pat
This is an eye opener book.
Nowadays I take it with me for any management class and let the students take a sneak preview at it. Read more
This is a great book, whether you want to boost or unleash the creativity of your team or if you want to do some personal work, (or a combination of these). Read morePublished on 13 Mar. 2010 by Mr. David Mason
A good buy for someone looking for inspiration to be a bit more creative/someone who needs to get out of a rut and look at things in a new way e.g. Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2010 by Maria
I could write a short essay on how good this book is but these 3 words sum it up real good.
"GET CURIOUS" is... Read more
I absolutely loved this book! Creativity is a bit of a currency at the moment but How to Get Kick Ass Ideas gave me loads of easy, practical techniques which I'm now using... Read morePublished on 15 Feb. 2007 by Angela Smith
At the start of the book when I read about the author I thought this book was going to be good, but instead I found it to be very average and not at all inspiringPublished on 21 May 2006 by Tara