Learn how to release creativity with this condensed version of one of Stanford Graduate School of Business's most popular courses. Professor Michael Ray uses the four tools of faith, absence of judgment, observation, and questions to describe how to release creativity in your personal environment. He also talks about the link between personal growth and increased organizational creativity and targets specific exercises to foster personal creativity.
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2 out of 5 stars
By DS on 13-03-13


and that's the good news. Not really. This is a lecture at Stanford. Good school. Bright students. Big lecture hall. Ah, there's the problem. The audio quality was quite bad. Lots of echo. And this is just one lecture in a semesters course. I got two things from this :
1 - the world in in the midst of a scientific paradigm shift (duh) and
2 - the worlds best answering machine message

"This is NOT an answering machine. This is a questioning machine. There are only two questions but they are the most difficult and most important questions anyone will ever ask. 'Who are you?' and 'What do you want?'"

I don't know if I have the courage to use it... but I love it.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Justine A. Kundert on 26-07-17

Awful recording!

This is a very poor quality recording and it makes it difficult to hear/understand the book. It's sounds like a recording from fdr. Horrible quality!

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