My " Be a creative explorer" creativity workbook is a portal .... a portal to where our imagination starts to flex its muscles - just like being in a mind gym.
This is really important because, like most parts of our bodies, imagination benefits from regular exercise - innovative prowess benefits the same way. If you keep exercising these parts of your mind you will not be surprised when you start turning things upside down to see whether they could be used for another purpose. Thinking creatively really gets you going because you are always searching for different ways ahead - to the point where the "why not" or "what could be" becomes a normal way of looking at things and situations.
So, in "Be a creative explorer" I give you work out exercises in:
creative writing - through keeping a journal, a great way of creating short stories about your day (with a few prompts from me) - which actually helps build the skills you will need to become a new author - yes it does, and;
collage making exercises - a way of telling stories that teaches you how to increase the IMPACT of a story because not all of us, or all our messages, are best communicated just by the written word , and;
colouring including colouring-in exercises - don't think that colouring-in is just for children, it's not, it's also about learning colour language, learning which colours work well together, which don't, how density and rough layering of colours can change the whole sense of the image - so if you want to become an artist who works with the ever changing colours of life, colouring-in is a great learning programme.