[RETIRED] The Creativity Bible by Yamada Takumi

Book out of production

[retired] the creativity bible

Flying between Zen and digital world, poetry and physics, Tao and computer science, the "Creativity bible" is the most complete book about creativity you will ever find on your library shelf. A revolutionary, fascinating volume that treasures three thousand years of human thinking to teach you: 

- The most complete and masterful set of creative techniques to create new ideas, to challenge your mental restrictions and to learn how to make a true difference anytime, anywhere 

- The work principles of the greatest geniuses, inventors, artists, thinkers and revolutionary innovators of history like Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Renee Descartes, Walt Disney, Thomas Alva Edison, Salvador Dali and many others. 

- A complete study of the alchemy behind the greatest technological revolutions in the last one hundred years, like the personal computer, the electronic fund transfer and the iPad 

- The art of problem solving explained by the greatest military strategists of all time, from Sun Tzu to Napoleon Bonaparte. 

- ... and much, much more! 

Genre: SELF-HELP / Creativity

Secondary Genre: EDUCATION / Decision-Making & Problem Solving

Language: English

Keywords: Book out of production

Word Count: 31482

Sales info:

The book, published also as a paperbook, won the first prize at the local "McFarlane Literary Contest" in 2015 and arrived third at the national "Lifehacking Manual contest". Plus, its Italian 

Sample text:

Creative Tao
Taoism is that Chinese philosophical tradition based on living in harmony with "Tao", the true source, nature and moving force behind everything in the universe. According to this philosophy, all the changes in nature are nothing but manifestations of the dynamic interaction between the polar opposites yin and yang, and from this principle the Taoists derived two basic rules for a harmonious life:
Whenever you want to achieve something you have to start from its opposite.
Whenever you want to keep something, you have to accept that there is something of its opposite in it.
This kind of thinking may look quite paradoxical from the perspective of our conventional, Aristotelian logic, essentially based on a strict difference-based classification of the things in the universe and a consequent wide separation between opposite concepts. And that's exactly why we should adopt it as a precious tool to produce peculiar out-of-the-box ideas. More specifically, once you defined your problem, you can try to understand: (continues)


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Marlies Perman
Already translated. Translated by Makoto Yamamoto
Translation in progress. Translated by Verónica Della Giustina

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