The Art of the Idea and How it Can Change Your Life: and How it Can Change Your Life

The Art of the Idea and How it Can Change Your Life: and How it Can Change Your Life

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By (author) John Hunt, Other Sam Nhlengethwa

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  • Publisher: powerHouse Books,U.S.
  • Format: Hardback | 136 pages
  • Dimensions: 142mm x 216mm x 20mm | 454g
  • Publication date: 3 December 2009
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 1576875164
  • ISBN 13: 9781576875162
  • Illustrations note: 20
  • Sales rank: 184,783

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A toolbox for achieving excellence as told by on eof the world's most successful business leaders.

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John Hunt is an award-winning author and playwright, as well as the Worldwide Creative Director of TBWA. In 1993 Hunt was intimately involved in Nelson Mandela's election campaign. In April of 2003, Hunt moved to TBWA's New York headquarters, where he helped reshape the focus of the network to celebrate original thinking and groundbreaking ideas. In 2008, both "Adweek "and "Ad Age "named TBWA, Agency of the Year. Hunt has since returned to South Africa, where he continues his Worldwide role. Sam Nhlengethwa is a collagist, painter, and jazz fanatic. After being named South Africa's Young Artist of the year in 1994, Nhlengethwa quickly gathered global recognition. His work has been shown at the National Museum of African Art, D.C.; Whitechapel Gallery, London; and was reproduced in "The 20th Century Art Book" (Phaidon Press, 1996). From humble beginnings, Nhlengethwa's talent, although forged during the apartheid years, has always reflected a calm celebration of the human spirit.

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"This is not just one of those books that makes you think, It challenges you to think. It demands that you think, and to beware of all those obstacles that would stop you from trusting your instincts and finding an idea." -- Lee Clow