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2: The Power of Story

In this episode I interview teacher and story-teller Matthew Friday about the power of stories, review one of my favorite creativity books (the fact that I wrote it is entirely coincidental) and introduce the micro-chunking approach to overcoming procrastination. As usual, I am abetted by my faithful manservant, Arthur.

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Creativity Rocket 1

In this episode, Jurgen Wolff chats with creativity expert Nellie Jacobs about the four factors creative people have in common and what she's learned from her interviews with outstanding creatives. Jurgen does a review of one of the most inspiring books for writers and creative people in general, and shares his best productivity secret, the TimePod (no, you don't have to buy it from Apple). As always, he's joined by Arthur, his faithful manservant. You may also want to visit:

www.timetowrite.com (Jurgen's writing site)

www.timetowrite.blogs.com (the creativity blog where a new post appears daily)

www.jurgenwolff.com (find out about the 60-day Breakthrough Strategy Program that can help you reach your most cherished goals).

If you want Jurgen's free monthly Brainstorm creativity ebulletin, just send an email request to BstormUK@aol.com

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Welcome to the home of Creativity Rocket podcasts. This is where I'll be sending you new ideas, inspirations, interviews and a bit of nonsense, all to do with creativity in whatever forms it may take. Please subscribe so you don't miss any episodes, and do tell your friends and colleagues about it as well. If you're a writer, you will also enjoy my blog, Timetowrite.blogs.com, where I post daily, and the site www.timetowrite.com and also my book, "Your Writing Coach" (the website is www.yourwritingcoach.com). The bonuses for my "Creativity Now!" book are at www.jurgenwolff.com. That's also where you'll find information about an online coaching program that can help you to realize your most cherished goals: the 60-Day Breakthrough Strategy program. Check them out and let me hear from you at j4london(at)aol.com with your questions, comments, and suggestions. I'd love to hear from you.

PS: If you'd like to get a free monthly dose of inspiration and practical ideas on creativity and productivity, sign up now for my Brainstorm e-bulletin. Just send an email request to BstormUK@aol.com.