FOLLOW ALONG AT HOME by downloading selected exercises from the Workbook, for free! Key exercises, including Outside the Box Thinking and the World View List, are available here as free PDF downloads. These files can be read in Adobe Acrobat Reader (also free, and available at get.adobe.com/reader).

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DOWNLOADABLE EXERCISES

GENERAL SAMPLE
Includes the Table of Contents, Introduction, and References.
OUTSIDE THE BOX THINKING
This exercise explores Outside-the-Box thinking, introduced on page 29 of Picasso, and readily demonstrates the concept of scotomas as blocks to creative thinking.
MASLOW’S ASSESSMENT OF MORE CREATIVE PEOPLE
From the Workbook description: “Maslow compiled a number of specific self-actualizing creative traits, reframed here into questions. Thoughtfully answer them. Absorb them, even wallow in them.
CIRCLE TEST OF CREATIVE THINKING
This test helps you to develop ways of getting past creative barriers. (Exercise from E.P. Torrance’s The Search for Satori and Creativity.)
NEGATIVE CREATIVE TRAITS
From the Workbook description: “Some personality characteristics related to your creativity are contradictory. Some are downright negative. This exercise helps you explore these barriers to creativity.”
TYPES OF MEDIATORS
There are many different types of mediators. This short section explores Myers-Briggs Personality Types and their correlation to you mediation skills.
WORLD VIEW LIST
World view — your values and beliefs — greatly shape how you interface with the world, and help form your approach to creativity. This exercise provides a survey of your personal world view, and then asks provoking questions about its role in both enhancing and blocking creativity.
MY PERSONAL CREATIVE PROFILE
An exploration of an your creativity profile that provides insight into conditions that enhance your creativity.
MY CREATIVITY ASSESSMENTS SUMMARY
Track your creative journey through the workbook’s exercises with this assessment summary.

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