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The Right-brain Workout 2

All New Questions to Re-train Your Brain to be More Creative in 10 Weeks

Russel Howcroft Alex Wadelton



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04 December 2020
Are you out of ideas? Feel your creativity drying up? Is brain fog taking over your life?

Give your right brain a workout with the experts.

In just ten weeks, you can reignite your imagination and tap into the creative potential inside you.

Following on from the highly successful Right-brain Workout Vol 1, here are seventy more questions posed by some of Australia's most innovative individuals - creatives from the world of comedy, film, literature, art, photography and advertising - designed to help you to think outside the box to unleash your inner genius. You wanted more, and Russel Howcroft and Alex Wadelton have delivered.
By:   Russel Howcroft, Alex Wadelton
Imprint:   Penguin
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 180mm,  Width: 140mm,  Spine: 1mm
Weight:   1g
ISBN:   9781760899479
ISBN 10:   176089947X
Pages:   132
Publication Date:   04 December 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Former adman Russel Howcroft is the public face of brand marketing and advertising in Australia thanks to his appearances on ABC's hugely successful show The Gruen Transfer, Network Ten's Recipe To Riches and the documentary How Australia Got its Mojo. When he was twenty and partway through a marketing degree, Russel did a week's work experience at McCann Erickson agency. He fell in love with advertising and spent 24 years in the industry before joining Network Ten in 2013 as Executive General Manager, responsible for Ten's operations in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Russel has worked for some of the best agencies in the world including five years in the UK at Lowe Howard-Spink. He co-founded Leonardi Brandhouse and ran his own agencies with various partners for eleven years. In 2006 he joined George Patterson Y&R, Australia's oldest agency brand. The group included The Campaign Palace, VML, IdeaWorks and BrandAsset Consulting. Before moving into television, Russel was chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam Brands Australia and New Zealand. In 2010, media mogul Harold Mitchell presented Russel with a much-coveted Charlie Award for his personal brand creation off the back of The Gruen Transfer. in 2017 he left the media world to become the Chief Creative Officer and a Founding Partner of the CMO Advisory team at PwC. He is now co-host of Melbourne's number one breakfast radio show on 3AW. He has been a board member of Melbourne Football Club and chairman of the Advertising Federation of Australia. He has sat on the board of ASX-listed Enero and is currently the Chair of AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School and a member of the Melbourne Cricket Club committee. Alex Wadelton is an advertising writer turned social activist turned author. He's created advertising campaigns that have run all over the world for clients such as the AFL, Cricket Australia, Wrigley's, The University of Melbourne, Gatorade, and Schweppes. He's raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for a range of charities, was the driving force behind the Nicky Winmar statue, and is the co-creator of Future Landfill. His first book with Russel, The Right-brain Workout, was a bestseller.

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