Creativity on Demand: How to Become an Idea Machine

So, living up to what I wrote about in my last post, I released a new book on Amazon Kindle! It’s called 11 Steps to Become an Idea Machine. This book is seriously life-changing for anyone, especially if you’re someone who wants to transcend mediocrity and make an impact on the world. I provided a bit of a preview for you below.

11 Steps to Become an Idea Machine (A Glimpse)

Everything made manifest by humanity begins as an idea…

The airplane once only existed as an image in someone’s imagination; then eventually materialized in the physical world.

The same applies to the entire spectrum of human creativity and invention. From the wheel to paintings; from clothing to philosophies; from nuclear bombs to Pokemon. They all began as an idea.

Ideas serve as the building blocks from which we create reality.

Ideas are prodigiously powerful. They exist beyond time and space. Once shared, a potent idea has the ability to reshape reality as we know it. Anything and everything of the material realm is subject to the dominion of underlying ideas. 11 Steps to Become an Idea Machine provides you with a template to leverage the strength of ideas, empowering you to steer your life in whichever direction you choose.

What is an idea machine?

An idea machine is an individual with the ability to come up with ideas anytime, anywhere and under any circumstances. An idea machine embodies confident creativity. An idea machine is dynamic, open-minded and impeccably clever. An idea machine adds ever-increasing value to both themselves and those around them. An idea machine is remarkably generous, as hoarding ideas only blocks one’s ability to receive more.

This book shows you, step-by-step, how to become an idea machine. Each step concludes with a challenge to help you integrate the information presented. In addition, there is a consolidated list of challenges, which serve as a simple guide for implement the steps into your daily life.

Ideas and Action…

There is a world of difference between the average person with one great idea who fears to pursue it, and the idea machine who chooses, out of thousands of ideas, a few to bring to fruition. The average person is stagnant, while the idea machine is dynamic. The average person is afraid to take action, while the idea machine takes action when he or she chooses to.

If you come up with an idea you wish to pursue, then yes, you need to execute it. Action is absolutely necessary in this case (which is detailed in the bonus chapter). There is no question about that. But as you will discover, idea generation, in and of itself, comes with a plethora of pleasantly surprising benefits.

Imagine what it’s like to always have access to an infinitely abundant stream of fresh ideas. Can you say wizardry?

Do you want to be more creative than most people can fathom?
Do you want to always be the most interesting person in the room?
Do you want to provide immense value to others?
Do you want to have more opportunities?
Do you want to be empowered and shape your own destiny?
Do you want to maximize your life in every way?

Become an idea machine and join in on the fun.

And here is a sneak peak of the actual steps:

  1. Write Everything Down (The Keystone)
  2. View the World as an Idea Playground
  3. Meditation (Master Your Mind)
  4. Maintain a Healthy Antenna
  5. Walk the Path of New Ideas
  6. Reading is Fun-(for)-da-mental
  7. Engage in Productive Solitude
  8. Shower Power
  9. Travel AKA Idea Tripping
  10. Ask Yourself…
  11. Flex Your Idea Muscle

Click here to get your copy of “11 Steps to Become an Idea Machine” today.

 

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Stevie P