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21 Reasons Creativity Is Like Sex

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21 Reasons Creativity Is Like Sex: Why Everyone Can Do It, Have a Sense of Humor about It, and Use It to Make the World a Better Place Paperback – 18 Nov 2016
by Courtney Smith Kramer (Author)

Creativity is valued like a magical gift or talent that either you have or don’t, but Courtney Smith Kramer argues that everyone is creative in their own unique way. This book, in a very cheeky but fun and thought-provoking way, explores 21 reasons why creativity is like sex, and why, if you’re human, you have something interesting and special to offer human kind.

Each reason headlines a chapter that is full of personal anecdotes, facts, insights and stuff about sex you most likely never knew. From the boardroom to the bedroom, this book is full of wisdom that is meant to inspire, make you laugh and leave you saying “that’s what she said.”

Product details
Paperback
Publisher: Substantium (18 Nov. 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1684181836
ISBN-13: 978-1684181834
Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 1.5 x 21.6 cm
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Review
“Aside from snickering and snorting from hysterical hashtags and innuendos, I found a treasure trove of marketing and business nuggets in this book! Don’t expect the ride to be all fun and games though, Courtney has a way of slipping her intelligent humor and insight into this neat little package complete with awesome graphics, scientific facts, historical research and quotes from the experts. If you think you know everything about either sex or creativity before reading this book, I promise Courtney’s got your number. And it ain’t 69.” Britt Michaelian, Novelist and Producer-Aside from snickering and snorting from hysterical hashtags and innuendos, I found a treasure trove of marketing and business nuggets in this book! Don’t expect the ride to be all fun and games though, Courtney has a way of slipping her intelligent humor and insight into this neat little package complete with awesome graphics, scientific facts, historical research and quotes from the experts. If you think you know everything about either sex or creativity before reading this book, I promise Courtney’s got your number. And it ain’t 69.- Britt Michaelian, Novelist and Producer

About the Author
Courtney Smith Kramer is the co-founder and Executive Creative Director for PureMatter, and is proud to be one of the 3% of female creative directors in the United States. An accomplished creative strategist, storyteller, writer and designer, she has earned hundreds of creative awards and jurors creative competitions across the county. She has a wicked dirty sense of humor and swears like a sailor but has to be serious (mostly) for her job. Her first book, -21 Reasons Creativity is Like Sex-, launched in Fall 2016.

A spoonful of adult humor helps the practical advice go down 24 Nov. 2016
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Courtney Smith Kramer is Tom Cruise to my Cuba Gooding Jr., and she’s got me shouting “show me the money!” right back at her through my kitchen cordless with this one.

Courtney slips straight-up real talk and data from science and anecdotes from actual people—who also know what they’re taking about and also probably like being creative and having sex and social things—into a handsome package, sweetened with that’s-what-she-saids and playful 🍆 and 🍑 jokes that any respectable teenage boy would snicker at too.

The author’s words poke each of us in the shoulder with a stern, unbent, Uncle Sam-looking index finger to say, “you’re so money and don’t even know or remember it, lady or man!!” and we don’t feel the pain because we’re still reeling at [peaceful, penis-fencing monkeys or “soft-handed windshield wiper action” or organizing a gynecocratic revolution or buying new loudspeakers].

Thanks for being *one person that makes a difference* and helping each of us do the same with this one, Courtney.

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