CoMotion on King, an awesome co-working space in our home city of Hamilton, hosted our creativity workshop (based on our book) and launch party! Brandon and I had an amazing night sharing our time-tested approach to coming up with innovative ideas, solving complex problems, and building more cohesive teams.
We’re super proud of this new publication* and we hope you’ll grab a copy yourself! You can purchase a digital or physical copy by visiting: www.brainsproutingbook.com. Whether you're a student, a teacher, a professional, or a hobbyist, this book will show you simple process to unleash your inherent creative powers and to help others do the same.
Mostly, we want to say thank you – because our interactions over the years have helped make the book a reality! It’s been a big journey, so we wanted to share the excitement with you!
Join the Fun with #bookcreativity
Once you have your copy, the fun has only just begun! For years, we’ve been challenging people to think up creative alternative uses for our book as an activity in our workshops (we give our 2-minute list of 41 ideas in the book…). Sure, you could READ it… but you could also use it as, for example:
- A hat
- A table leveler
- A booster seat
- A surfboard for mice
- A paper-cut administrator
- Airplane reading material
- A paper airplane generator
- Airplane throw-away when luggage is too heavy
Get the idea? Remember – NO JUDGING ☺
We want to see your OWN creative uses of our book on social media! Snap a photo of how you use your copy and, using the hashtag #bookcreativity, share your creative ideas with the world!
Colin Mochrie, Star of Whose Line is it Anyway?
“I devoured this book in 90 minutes, and it would have been less if I hadn’t stopped every five to make a note or simply to get excited at how much better it was going to make me at my job. Fascinating, funny, and profoundly practical. Highly recommended!”
Drew Dudley, Founder, Day One Leadership
“Brainsprouting is the type of bold creative thinking the world needs.”
Andria Teather, CEO, The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada