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Preview — Creative Mischief by Dave Trott. Creative Mischief by Dave Trott. Creative Mischief collects together all the highlights from Dave Trott's online blog about advertising. Part autobiography, part short story, part how-to advice, each of the entries will refresh your thinking about any creative process, whether it belongs to advertising, writing a book, or managing a team of employees. Published for the first time in book form, Creative Mi Creative Mischief collects together all the highlights from Dave Trott's online blog about advertising.
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Published for the first time in book form, Creative Mischief, is a perfect prompt for anyone looking for new ideas, or for readers who simply enjoy the kind of funny story that, as Dave says, he would normally tell over a drink or three. Get A Copy.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. This is a seemingly random collection of thoughts, pointers, insights, reflections and anecdotes from a prolific writer of thoughts, pointers insights, reflections and anecdotes. He's expressed these thoughts before -there's even some overlap with his book "Predatory Thinking". But This is a seemingly random collection of thoughts, pointers, insights, reflections and anecdotes from a prolific writer of thoughts, pointers insights, reflections and anecdotes.
But that doesn't diminish their value. It's a quick read.
A snack for thought. Dec 17, Mo Seetubtim rated it it was amazing. Dave Trott turns his life experience into short, engaging stories full of wisdom that you can take and apply to your own life. Fun read.
Creative Mischief by Dave Trott (Paperback, 2009)
Very captivating. Can never put it down. I can read it over and over. Check out his blog too. Jan 01, Reka Wilson rated it it was amazing. Fantastic read, just one of those books you would read, and read and read again.
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This book is essentially made of anecdote after anecdote, some more interesting than the others. At the very most, these examples spur some reflection. But with short chapters focused on making one point, it frequently felt like the author didn't add value to the sum of its parts anecdotes.
The writing style felt like a zen and pithy Seth Godin, with Seth Godin being the guy who repackages old ideas into short paragraphs of "wisdom" that are digestible by the masses. Thankfully, unlike Godin, T This book is essentially made of anecdote after anecdote, some more interesting than the others. Thankfully, unlike Godin, Trott isn't a hardsell.