I find it much easier to digest audio books than reading them. So I recommend Audible to my friends. This week I stumbled across The Art of Creative Thinking audio book written by Rod Judkins and narrated by Phil Fox.
As it’s an audio book I’m not sure “What’s Inside?” even makes sense, but hey! So this book if free flowing and means you are encouraged to listen to the chapters in pretty much whichever order you want. The book offer ideas to expand your creative thinking, giving examples of people through history who were not necessarily artists or in the creative industry and how their thinking has given us so many new things today. People like Einstein who used creative thinking to challenge Newton. For me hearing more about one of my favourite artists, Dali, also make it an inspiration listen. Why not take a listen yourself? You could even try free for 30 days.
No, this is nothing to do with the popular singing competition ;). I have this thing about voices, in the sense that many, including my own prevent me from even taking anything on board! But I personally found this really easy to listen to. It’s wasn’t piercing or irritating, and not too relaxing that it would make me fall asleep :D. Many books on Audible are narrated by A-listers like Stephen Fry and the awesome Morgan Freeman.
What is Audible
In short, Audible is like Amazon’s Spotify for books. It has possibly the world’s largest selection of audiobooks and original ad-free podcasts to so you can pretty much find your perfect listen. Hear A-list celebrities narrate their favorite stories, enjoy full-cast performances, and discover Grammy award-winning audiobooks. Listen to your audiobooks anytime, anywhere—at home or on the go—with our free app. Even if you switch devices, you’ll never lose your place.
When you join Audible free for 30 days, you’ll get your first audiobook on us. After your trial, you’ll receive one credit per month – good for any title, regardless of price – plus additional exclusive member benefits. Explore below to find out more.
Head over to Audible and listen to The Art of Creative Thinking for yourself. Truly Inspirational.