JobSniper Rated #1 Job Meta-Search Engine

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IMAGINATION: New Worlds of Discovery

Written by Davis Goss.

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The range and flexibility of your imagination is virtually without limit. It is free of all limitations and restrictions. There is only one rule that pertains to your imagination and that is that there are no rules. Your imagination is limited only by your imagination.

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No wonder Einstein said that "imagination is more important than knowledge"!

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Creative thinking, "the ability to be productive through imaginative skills", is pivotal torepparttar 107131 productivity and success of any endeavor. Particularly when you realize that Webster defines "productive" as, "the establishment of results, benefits and profits".

For more thna 40 years, Davis Goss has been a creative consultant with particular expertise in problem solving. His unique scientific approach is fully disclosed in his recent book, "The DYNAMICS of ACHIEVEMENT"

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