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Exercises in Creativity and Innovation


Product Overview:

A ready-to-teach, fully customizable training program that teaches your customers how to harness their creative powers through a series of unique exercises & tips.


  • Course Book & Workbook
  • Slides & Teaching Instructions
  • Creative Games & Resources
  • Graphics & Promotion Materials
  • …and more!
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Exercises in Creativity and Innovation is a brandable, done-for-you training program. That means that you can use this program to:

  • Learn how to become a creative powerhouse yourself
  • Teach others how to make creativity and innovation a part of their lives
  • Promote and sell this training for a steady, ongoing profit

You’ll get everything you need to succeed, depending on which options you want to take advantage of. And you can EDIT and CUSTOMIZE almost anything!

For more information about the Exercises in Creativity and Innovation, check out our sales page here.

Here’s everything you get in the Exercises in Creativity and Innovation Full Program Package:


  • The Key Traits of Creative People
  • The Perfect Environment for Your Creative Flow
  • Creativity Exercise 1 – Free Writing
  • Creativity Exercise 2 – Randomizes
  • Creativity Exercise 3 – Do the Opposite
  • Creativity Exercise 4 – Think Like a Child
  • Creativity Exercise 5 – Mind Mapping
  • Creativity Exercise 6 – SCAMPER
  • Unlocking the Flow – Common Barriers to Creativity
  • Conclusion – Get Started with Your Creative Flow


  • Course Book (All the information participants need for the 10-part course, contained in one ebook)
  • Course Work Book (Worksheets that people complete as part of the course’s learning activities)
  • Infographic (8 Ways to Boost Your Creativity – editable infographic in png and ppt)


  • Powerpoint Slide Presentation (Exercises in Creativity and Innovation – Slides ready to teach, present, or record.)
  • Speaker Notes (Use the text provided in the Notes section of the slides to guide your webinars, videos and presentations)
  • Course Overview (A birds-eye view of the entire course in Mind Map form)
  • Facilitator Guide (Instructions on how to present the course, along with copies of the slides and speaker notes)
  • Course Outline (Outlines of all course modules – great for rewriting, reorganizing and repurposing your content)
  • Course Evaluation Form (A questionnaire to be completed by the participants to give feedback on the course)
  • Top Ways To Deliver Your Training (5 different ways you can deliver your training, and tips for implementing each)
  • Follow Up Emails (Emails to use to follow-up with your participants immediately after delivering the training)
  • Creativity Games (9 different games you can use to encourage creativity during the training program, or afterwards)
  • Creative Resources (A list of a variety of in-depth articles on Creativity that you can use to further educate yourself or provide to your participants)
  • Instructions for Using Your New Content


  • Opt-in Report (Creativity In Action – Short report for giveaway or pre-reading; also provided in slideshow and checklist formats)
  • Promotional Emails (5 emails to follow-up on the short report and promote your course)
  • Blog Posts (5 Blog Posts on creativity)
  • Tweets (30 Tweets on creativity. Not just for social media!)
  • Images (Inspirational quote images)
  • BONUS: 10 Ways to Boost Creativity Slideshow (A 27 slide slideshow you can use to teach ten top creativity boosters)
  • BONUS: 52 Ways To Boost Your Creativity (Use this series of creativity ideas for emails, newsletters, additional products, and more)
  • BONUS: Quote Images (great for sharing on social media and driving more traffic to your site)

Exercises in Creativity and Innovation

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Some ideas for using and repurposing your content

  • Use some or all of the content to build your list through squeeze page giveaways or as a printed report to hand to offline customers.
  • Share the visuals on social media or add to other content.
  • Use the blog posts and infographic content on your blog for educating your readers.
  • Use the content as part of an autoresponder series that promotes an ebook or course, either your own or as an affiliate.
  • Customize and sell your own ecourse and follow it up with additional coaching or more in-depth training on each topic
  • Use sections of the content for an autoresponder series that pre-sells the entire pack, all combined as a paid ebook or course.
  • Use the slides for slideshare sites and then record those as videos to add to the content, or to drive traffic to your site via video sharing sites.
  • Use the outlines to rewrite the content and distribute on guest blogs and directories to establish yourself as an expert and drive traffic back to your site or to your own or an affiliate offer.
  • Hold a webinar, Hangout, or teleseminar and use the speaker notes in the slides as the basis for your script. Then follow up with paid coaching sessions that go into more detail about implementing what participants learned.
  • Add the content to your membership site to help people learn about this topic.
  • Combine the content with other content to create an even larger course or series of courses.
  • Use the tweets or snippets of the content as social media updates to fill up your social media schedule or as tips of the day.
  • Use the content and tools for yourself and your clients or to learn more about this topic.


Want to see an article sample?  Here’s a snippet from “Exercises in Creativity and Innovation – Creative Exercise 1 – Free Writing “:

A great way to stimulate your creativity and come up with ideas is free writing. This means sitting down with a notebook and scrawling whatever pops into your head. With free writing, you don’t worry about whether it’s any good or even has a point at all. Just write. This is an especially good technique for clearing writer’s block.

Why Free Write?

Free writing is great for creativity for a few reasons. One reason is that it trains you to silence your inner critic and just create. It teaches you to let the ideas flow, which is important for any kind of creative activity. It’s a kind of drill you can go through to train your mind. It can also be great for brainstorming ideas. Your free writing may not yield anything you can use. It may just help you get the flow started. But it also might bring forth a great idea. You may hit upon the idea you’ve been looking for as you ‘free associate’. After writing, go back over what you’ve written and highlight any good ideas you find there.


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