To excel in your chosen field and to find lasting satisfaction in doing so, you will need to understand your unique patterns. You will need to become an expert at finding and describing and applying and practicing and refining your strengths.
If you don’t use this fortune of information to create such ideas, you waste it. In short, there’s never been a time in all of history when ideas were so needed or so valuable. How to Get Ideas by Jack Foster & illustrated by Larry Corby contains most of what I told my students about ideas.
The Master Key teaches right principles, and suggests methods for making a practical application of the principles; in that it differs from every other course of study. It teaches that the only possible value which can attach to any principle is in its application
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles is pragmatical, not philosophical; a practical manual, not a treatise upon theories. It is intended for the men and women whose most pressing need is for money; who wish to get rich first, and philosophize afterward.
The Zigzag Principle: The Goal Setting Strategy that will Revolutionize Your Business and Your Life by Rich Christiansen is a step-by-step tactical book. It is not a theory or a vague concept. You will get practical application tips you can use to succeed, not just in business but also in life
A rapid-fire tour of ‘spaces’ large, small, mental, physical, and other wise … Where Good Ideas Come From may be the ultimate distillation of his thinking on these issues. . . . One admires the intellectual athleticism of Johnson’s maneuvers here.
Belsky is concerned with helping “creative professionals” — the ones who have lots of ideas — bring those ideas to fruition. Download Making Ideas Happen – Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality By Scott Belsky