I Wonder:

The Science of Imagination

By Jerry Rhodes 

ISBN paperback 978-1-911525-35-6
ISBN ebook 978-1-911525-36-3

In I Wonder: the Science of Imagination, author Jerry Rhodes seeks to inspire a new understanding of what is involved in growing the ephemeral skill called imagination, which is often undervalued but which has become essential to success in all areas of modern life.

Rhodes invites us to picture what it would be like to be without imagination: 
• how this would limit and undermine everything in life,
• how barren and boring life would be without it
• how nothing would advance - we would still be in the stone-age

He shows us the benefits of creative thinking and challenges readers to take action to reduce their inner barriers to their own imagination.

Chapter headings
1  Why Wonder?
2  The Leadership of Original Thought
3  Your Strategic Approach
4  The Birth of an Idea
5  Heighten your Sensing
6  Perception: Not what it Seems
7  The Language of Imagery
8  Take over your Mind
9  Shock: The Certainty of Surprise
10  Just Change
11  Allow yourself Anything
12  The Power of IF
13  Simply Connect
14  The Relevance Box
15  Is Wonder Spiritual?
16  So What?
 

 

About the author: After graduating from Oxford, Jerry Rhodes climbed the ladder of business before founding his own consultancy. Within a year he was invited to join a research team investigating skilful thinking in Philips, Eindhoven. From this he built a system, known as Effective Intelligence, to train others to improve their thinking. It is available under licence internationally. 

I Wonder: The Science of Imagination by Jerry Rhodes published by Clink Street Publishing is available to purchase from online retailers including Amazon and to order from all good bookstores. Fastest and easiest way: use the ISBN numbers.

Paperback 978-1-911525-35-6  

ebook 978-1-911525-36-3
 

Launch party for 'I Wonder'
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