It’s the season of gift giving!
Are you trying to find that perfect gift for someone who wants to be creative? I’ve put together a list of my favorite creativity gifts that will spark imagination and lead to big smiles!
From Experience to Creativity by Daniel Cape
This book provides an overview of the psychology of creativity, particularly related to educators or those who want to teach others to be creative. I’m a contributing author and have a chapter on Creative Problem Solving. It was just published on December 1 so it is brand new and a great gift for anyone wanting to learn more about creativity.
To go along with colorful pens, these Leuchtturm1917 notebooks are perfect for sketchnotes or daily to do lists. Instead of lines, each page has faint dots so you can write in a straight line, but also feel the freedom to doodle. They are a great notebook for keeping a bullet journal, a new practice I’m experimenting with.
I developed this deck of cards a few years ago to help teams generate new ideas. My friend Jess Pettitt always keeps them in her bag. When she needs a creative idea, she pulls out her deck of Climer Cards and flips through to what new ideas are sparked. There are dozens, even hundreds of ways to use them to inspire creativity, deepen conversations, and help teams focus in on problems. Each deck comes with instructions and a free ebook.
These gifts will lead to hours of creativity and imagination! Happy gift giving!
Download the CPS Workbook
Subscribe to download the free Creative Problem Solving workbook, designed to be used with episodes 3-7.
You'll find 17 pages packed with activities, tips, and techniques to help you Clarify, Ideate, Develop and Implement your challenge.
You will also receive free monthly articles about creativity and teams, weekly podcast and blog posts, and occasional exclusive offerings.