Right on track for would-be creative thinkers,
This review is from: Tubespiration: How to Get Your Next Brilliant Idea by Using the London Underground as a Creativity Tool (Paperback)
I'm a working Mum who runs her own business so the idea of taking 'time out' makes me belly laugh. Put it this way, Andy Green's book is only the second 'work' title I've managed to get through since my first born came along almost three years ago so I'm glad to report it really was a pleasure to read.
Brilliantly thought through, the premise of the book shows exactly how creative Andy is himself and therefore totally underlines his fantastic credentials in this area. Full of wisdom and common sense (and some tips we have heard before but let's face it, we need reminding of!), I'll certainly be employing many of his tactics to get my business and I to where we need to be.
I'll not go into detail here but if you're a boss. Andy's `Harry Beck' test is most certainly worth a look (hangs head in shame).
Ultimately Andy's handbag-sized book is worth a read if you want to grow and become stronger by learning how to respond flexibly to and harness all the unexpected events that life throw at us day by day. It's bite size, easy to read and a great reminder of taking time out as `incubation time' during your commute, or if you're me, when you're out for a run or in the bath! What's more, one of the side effects is that you'll know more about the London Underground than you ever thought possible.
Tubespiration: How to Get Your Next Brilliant Idea by Using the London Underground as a Creativity Tool(7 customer reviews)