I’m happy I didn’t pay for this copy of Jump Start Your Brain.
I’m saddened someone else did in order to give it to me.
The core of Doug Hall’s creative self-help book from 1996 is decent: get outside yourself, remember what it’s like to be a kid, have fun, don’t take yourself too seriously, and be willing to take calculated risks.
The problem is that summary could be said of pretty much any 3-5 page group of the book, and the rest of the pages seem to be filled with text, quotes, and graphics to show you that you can’t be effectively creative if you’re stagnant in your thinking.
Save yourself the trouble of buying (or even reading) this book, and instead take its core advice:
Maybe version 2.0 is better? I dunno. Not really psyched to find out.
But the blog looks nice.