Wake Up and Take a Shower with Alan Dix – and Learn to Nurture Your Creative Ideas

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Did you ever think that you were going to wake up and take a shower with professor and distinguished author Alan Dix? No… Well, today is that day. Unfortunately, or fortunately, this video is not all about being naked with Alan. Rooted in this particular morning Alan will explain how he nurtures and captures creative ideas in his everyday routines, and he’ll explain how you can do the same. Soon, you may find that your own shower has changed into a real “think tank”!

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