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Thinking for a Living: Creating Ideas That Revitalize Your Business, Career, and Life

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  • Posted October 11, 2011

    Just think

    What you pay for an idea? A dollar? Two or three dollars? How about a million dollars! That is exactly what ad man Joey Reiman receives for simply one good idea.
    A natural born advertise man, Joey Reinman has turn the ad business upside down in creating the first truly thinking company in Brighthouse. Now in his book Thinking for A Living he lays down his method for his madness. Keep in mind that most madmen are geniuses.
    His method is called the four I's, the are: Investigation, Incubation, Illumination, and Illustration. This journey of Ideation starts with one step.
    This condense book is fun and curious in stimulating your creative side. Reinman uses plain and simple language with fantastic examples to do more than motivate you but make you think.
    Our strongest muscle is literally on top of our head, now we only got to flex it and create the life we want to live. The book ends with a quote by Joseph Campbell "the privilege of a lifetime is to be who you are." True that!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2001

    The key to genius

    This book is a roadmap to success and significance. If you want to make it in this world make a trip to the bookstore or click. This isn't just a must book, this author will help you write your own script.Reiman will help you find the big idea buried inside your heart. The book is 20 bucks but he will make you feel like a million.

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    Posted May 28, 2010

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