A body of data no one thought existed reveals a startling new view of man that is almost certain to revolutionize the way we think and feel about ourselves, raise children, educate the youth, and organize society.
April 28, 2014 (Newswire) - A global treasure, Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature brings us face-to-face with our fundamentally creative, but historically overlooked, quality: what it really means to be human; what your own life is all about; what gives it meaning and enduring significance.
The rare compendium and synthesis of insights on human nature speaks pointedly and deeply to people who seriously want to reach their full potential; to contribute their unique abilities to the good of society and the Planet; and, thus, to imbue their lives with meaning, significance, and fulfillment.
The authentic new understanding of human nature that the book uncovers makes Revealing the Truth about Human Nature a foundational and essential resource for seminars, workshops, research, practice, and college courses in education, human development, leadership, management, public policy, psychology, psychiatry, and social work.
Here, precisely, is the basis of every social, economic, and political decision and action that wants to genuinely succeed and endure.
Published in February 2014, Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature has been critically acclaimed as "ground-breaking"; "one of the most important [secular] books"; and, "[potentially] one of our finest and most enduring legacies to future generations of mankind."
The E-Book version of Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature, ISBN 9781622875160, published by First Edition Design Publishing, is available on-line wherever e-books are sold. Ten percent of the book is available for readers to download and sample - free of charge. The 428-page print version, ISBN 9781622875153, is published by First Edition Design Publishing and distributed worldwide to online booksellers.
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