So you’re wondering how to be creative.
We all do from time to time. And for some, being creative comes naturally, like breathing. For others, learning how to be truly creative takes time. For advertising director Hugh MacLeod, learning how to be creative took time.
With all of the things Hugh has learned about being creative, he decided to write a short ebook to share his knowledge with the world.
Hugh’s short, 46-page ebook “How to Be Creative”, has been a number one download since its release in 2004. And for good reasons.
In the book Hugh covers 26 essential approaches to creativity. From “singing in your own voice” to realizing that “the idea doesn’t have to be big, it just has to change the world”, Hugh gives creative advice that he has personally spent years learning.
The best part of this ebook is that the tips shared in “How to Be Creative” are all tried and true.
This ebook has become a must-have in my personal, creative reading library, and I think you will benefit from reading through it too. If you have 10 minutes to spare, download the ebook now and get creative.
If you don’t want to download the free PDF ebook, you can visit Hugh’s blog to get a longer, web-browser-friendly version of “How to Be Creative."