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Title Game of Thoughts: Understanding Creativity through Mind Games  
ISBN 978 981 4771 18 4
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Ning Cai and John Teo
 
Specifications 227 x 152 mm / 288 pp / paperback
 
Publication Date Nov-2016
 
Target Audience General; people looking to harness their creativity towards success
Price (SGD) SGD 26.00 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

What is creativity? Must you be born with it or can it be learnt? How can creativity help you solve problems, generate ideas, and achieve success in life? 


Welcome to the Game of Thoughts — where creativity is brought to life through a series of fascinating, mind-expanding games and activities.  

Learn how to unleash the creative you, and apply a wealth of techniques to turn any kind of adversity into opportunity. 

Packed with brain teasers, puzzles, conundrums, thought experiments and writing exercises, this one-of-a-kind book will expand your mind, change the way you see things, and turn all your preconceptions of the world upside-down!

About the Authors

On this fun-filled journey into the secrets of creativity, your guides are two of Singapore's most celebrated magicians. Let them unlock your imagination and light your path to success.

Ning Cai, a nominee for the Singapore Literature Prize 2016, is a bestselling author of four books. As her stage alter ego 'Magic Babe' Ning, the celebrity magician has showcased her unique brand of magic, illusions and escapology to an international audience and has been watched by millions. A TEDx speaker, Ning is a passionate motivational speaker and also serves as a committee member for the SCWO Women's Register.

John Teo is currently President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (Singapore Chapter) and a co-founder of the Association of Professional Trainers (Singapore). His creativity enabled him to move up the corporate ladder successfully and won him international recognition in trick invention competitions. John is a much sought-after judge for regional magic competitions.
   
 
  
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