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Ingenius

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Creativity, many people assume, is an asset that one is born with. It cannot be taught, and it cannot be learned. Wrong, says Tina Seelig, author of the new book “Ingenius”.  Why is creativity such a vital skill? Because thinking creatively pushes us to look beyond the limits of what initially seems possible. Creative thinking propelled companies like Twitter, Apple, and Facebook from modest startups to global icons; it allowed Amazon to move beyond physical book delivery and embrace a lucrative new technology; and it will open up an exciting new world of possibilities for anyone looking to make a mark in the business world and beyond. And though some people are born with an innate sense of creativity, anyone can learn it with the concrete set of tools that are clearly laid out in INGENIUS.  Join us live or send your thoughts and comments ahead of time to theartofrelating@hotmail.com

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