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Ideas In Motion: How Creativity Changes The World

Is Creativity Central To Your Business Or

To Your Own Sense Of Personal Satisfaction And Well Being?

Do You Love Learning?   Are You Committed To Your Own Personal Development?

Hi, my name is Robin Manuell and I’m passionate about creativity and creative people. I help people like you get clear about what they want and take steps to achieve their dreams.

Lets cut to the chase shall we?l I’m writing a book –  Ideas In Motion: How Creativity Changes The World.  It’s going to be published in September 2008. I’m going to be revealing the key lessons that I’ve learned in 20 years running businesses in the creative industries; coaching and training people in peak performance and interpersonal psychology and consulting to corporate and public sector clients.  The things that work and the things that don’t work.  I’m on a mission to share with you:

The Secrets Of Performance Psychology that enable  people like you  to Achieve Extraordinary Results.

How to Dramatically Improve your Ability to Communicate and collaborate with people and to Manage The Dynamics Of The Creative Process.

How to Find Creative Fulfillment And Commercial Success in the knowledge that you’re Adding Value To The World And Your Community.

Here’s the deal. Sign up for my Ideas In Motion newsletter and each week I’ll send you practical tips that you can use straight away to:

Get Clear About What You Want, what’s really important to you and what you can live without.

Start Taking Your Dreams Seriously. Identify the skills and resources you’ll need to make your future a place you want to live.

Make The Decisions And Take The Steps. Stop it from being just a dream.

I’ll suggest simple and enjoyable assignments that will direct your attention to finding your own personal excellence and a new sense of connection with the people in your life.

Ok What’s the catch? What’s in it for me?

What better way to write the most useful, relevant and comprehensive guide to life for creative professionals who care about the world they live in than to get as much feedback as I can from people like you.

I want to know what your challenges are and what you’re passionate about. I want to know what it is you do excellently and what you want to do to breakthrough. So each newsletter will invite you to take a short survey. Taking the survey is totally optional, you’ll still get the newsletter. And when the eBook is published on 9th September 2008, to thank you for your time you’ll get the book free as a pdf download.

Now I know that an email is no substitute for the personal touch and I know that you’re got lots of things going on in your life already so I’ll keep it short and simple and if you want to know more you can explore in your own time.

I hate spam so I’ll never share or sell your email address. When you sign up for the IdeasInMotion newletter you’ll be sent an email asking you to confirm you want to receive the information. You can unsubscribe at any time you like. You’ve got nothing to loose.

Actually theres a second reason that I’m totally committed to improving the lives of creative people and the value of the creative industries to the economy.

It seems to me we live in a world made up of ideas other people had. Ideas made the world the way it is and ideas will remake it in a different image for our children. I truly believe that to change the world, even just our little piece of it, we need ideas. Trusted, practical ideas and innovative new ones. I believe its your ideas, your innovations, the changes you make for yourself and the service you bring to other peoples lives that’s going to make it happen.

But wait a minute, changing the world. that’s a pretty big goal right? If you, like me work in the creative industries then you’re probably more concerned with just keeping the show on the road and achieving your own personal goals: creative satisfaction, commercial success, strong friendships, loving relationships…

Let me tell you a story. Way back in the early 1990’s I took part in a televised studio debate about the arts. It was a

Handle stress. Multi task effectively. Push back the tide of How to build excellent unconscious skill sets. How to tune in to your feelings. See clearly what you have to do. Do more in less time. Have more time to relax and prepare.

Give feedback. Ask for what you need. Manage creative people. Take less time to find out more. Resolve conflicts gracefully. Understand how other people are thinking.