There's some semblance of order to learning the tools covered in this book and the concepts behind the tools. It's an order that will help you grasp them and use them more readily. This book covers some foundational elements first, in Parts I and II primarily, before we get into the tools themselves in Part III. We save what I cleverly categorize as "Dimensionalizing Your New Creative Tools" for Part IV.
As valuable as this order of presentation has been for the more than 100,000 people I've trained over the years (fundamentals of creativity, followed by Do-It-Yourself Lobotomy tools, Ask a Better Question, etc.), I must admit that it's far from perfect. I mean, how can anything related to creativity ever be perfect?
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