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Daydreams at Work: Wake Up Your Creative Powers
by Amy Fries

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For Ideas. Energy. Solutions.
Use the creative power of daydreaming to problem solve, brainstorm, find energy and motivation, and come up with the next big idea.

Isn't it time you found out more about your most creative state of mind?

Daydreams are not just wishful thinking! They are your source for ideas, energy, and motivation. When daydreaming, you can visualize, simulate events, free associate, and access stores of knowledge in uncensored and creative ways to come up with solutions and ideas that are not accessible when you're struggling for the answer.

Though many of us have sensed the connection between daydreaming and creativity, recent scientific studies are combining with an abundance of anecdotal evidence to establish that when daydreaming, we are literally in our most creative state of mind, tapping into and connecting the most complex regions of the brain.

The beauty of daydreaming is that it's a process available to every one of us. Yet many of us know relatively little about it.

Daydreams at Work:
  • Reveals the valuable & productive role daydreams play in your life and work: they help you juggle multiple goals, and plan and envision future actions, and much more . . . 
  • Examines how the Einsteins and Edisons of the past found inspiration in their daydreams and why Google, Gore & Associates (Gore-Tex), and 3M give their employees the time and space to daydream and how that has made them some of the most innovative companies in the world.
  • Gives you ideas for tapping into your own daydreams through stories from and interviews with executives, entrepreneurs, inventors, psychologists, artists, writers, scientists, and athletes, including legendary mountain climber Ed Viesturs.
  • Features questionnaires to help you determine your own daydreaming style, and thought-provoking exercises that will have you using your daydreams in new and creative ways. 
  • Includes discussion guides for book clubs and work groups.
Order your copy today:
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Amazon
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OR buy a personalized, signed copy for $12, including shipping. Makes a great gift for the daydreamer in your life! Contact Amy for more information.

About Amy:
Author Amy Fries
Amy Fries is an award-winning lifestyle and workplace writer and editor whose articles and essays have been published in a variety of newspapers, including the Washington Post, as well as in magazines, trade publications, literary journals, and websites. She is also a featured blogger for PsychologyToday.com and a contributing writer for the work, health, and lifestyle website AchieveSolutions.net.


Amy began her research into daydreaming and creativity while working on her masters in writing at Johns Hopkins University. She has also taught literature and writing at George Mason University and continues her work as a writer and editor helping others develop their dreams and ideas.

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