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Who Wrote the Book on Creativity?

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I did.

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Coming October 15, 2019, the first book to show how you can design your home to get more and better ideas, according to science (and some very creative people)

 

Cool. But what’s in it for me?

• Over 200 images of creative spaces by top architects, interior designers, and photographers from around the world
• 48 science-backed techniques to optimize idea flow in yours

Don’t just take my word for it…read this

 

“Space matters—a lot! It is the stage on which we play out our lives. This book gives readers tangible tools for creating spaces that foster creative problem solving. This is something we all need!”  —Tina Seelig, Professor of the Practice, Stanford School of Engineering, Author of InGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity and What I Wish I Knew When I was 20

“When work and home life blend, it can be hard to find a dedicated creative space to do your best work. This book offers a blueprint to build (or just reorganize) one of your most precious resources for new ideas: your home environment.”  —David Burkus, Author of The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas

“The pleasure in reading My Creative Space is learning that there are simple principles of architectural and interior design that, once applied, can induce and support a more inventive way of thinking, particularly in the setting of one’s own home.”  —Frederick Marks, AIA, President, Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture 

“I’ll go to any length to give my ideas a better chance of becoming real. My Creative Space has armed me with science-backed tactics for transforming my space to do just that. Whatever your budget or lifestyle, if your creativity is important to you, you owe it to yourself to read this book.”  —David Kadavy, Author of The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers, host Love Your Work  

“If we want to be creative, we have to make the space to create. Donald Rattner's beautiful book My Creative Space expertly shows how our environments can be engineered for inspiration and innovation. Your home life and your creative work will benefit greatly from this thoughtful manual.” —Carolyn Gregoire, Writer and co-author of Wired to Create: Unravelling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind   

“Kudos to Donald Rattner. His book My Creative Space offers an intriguing angle on my field of applied environmental psychology. A timely addition to the literature of creativity!”  —Sally Augustin, PhD, Principal, Design With Science, Fellow, American Psychological Association

 
 

 

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Did you know...?

We think more creatively when we...

1) Occupy spaces with high ceilings
2) Have our backs to a wall
3) Can see into the distance

Explore the site for more creativity-building tips.

 
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