“WARNING: This book will radically transform your thinking.”
- Matt R Johnson, Director of Cyber Security for a major global financial institution, London, UK
“Inspired, generous and filled to the brim with action--your action. Go!”
- Seth Godin, Author, The Icarus Deception
“This book sizzles with inspiration to take your idea and nurture it into a living thing.”
- Steve Bynon, Innovation and Enterprise Manager, Mind, Bexley, UK
“Five out of five! A highly enjoyable and beautifully illustrated book.”
- Dr Nik Whitehead, Lecturer, University of Wales: Trinity St David, UK
“Thoroughly interesting read that actively challenged my perception of what it means to be innovative.”
- Jamie Baggaley, Principal Consultant, Customer Communication Management, Fuji Xerox, Australia
“This is a great book! Jen is a personal trainer for your brain - and we all need that.”
- Andrew Griffiths, Australia’s #1 Small Business and Entrepreneurial Author
“Honest, realistic and, above all else, true... often brutally so. Listen to Jen, not the dream-stealers.”
- Kevin Zwierzchaczewski, Singer & Songwriter, London, UK
There is no currency in circulation today that wasn't first birthed by an IDEA. What would just one brilliant and original idea be worth to you in your lifetime? How about a dozen?
Ideation expert Jen Fraser reveals a range of innovative and exciting new ways to solve problems and come up with incredible ideas - helping you to change your life forever and make a real impact on the world. Take for example, the gaping chasm between what we believe to be impossible, and what can actually be achieved. In 2012, the aviation industry globally was estimated to be worth more than $700 billion. That's not a bad result for an industry based on an idea which was once known to be utterly impossible: human flight.
Not since Napoleon Hill's masterpiece Think and Grow Rich has there been a book as game-changing and so easy to understand, yet filled to bursting with inspirational stories, effective techniques, tips and tricks to expand your imagination and bring better quality ideas to life.
We are all born geniuses. The real challenge is to rediscover our inherent gifts.