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Enough with that ‘stuck’ feeling!

It’s time to rethink your creativity.

Rethink Creativity teaches you how to start constructing a creative mindset by allocating time each day to change up your daily routine. It will help you rediscover the passion you felt your first day on the job. Not only will you benefit from Monica’s proven strategies, thought-provoking questions, and effective training techniques, but as you move through the book, you’ll start to enjoy your work again and find ways to be creative, curious, and innovative in the most mundane tasks.

Authentic

The book directly reconnects with Monica’s journey and all the insights she collected over time.

Reflect & Apply

Each chapter includes questions to help you reflect with an open and honest mind.

Tools & Games

Practical tools and tips that you can start using immediately for your daily creative thinking activities.

Recaps

Each chapter concludes with a short recap to help you recollect your learnings.

Go-to Resources

To compliment your creative journey, the book offers some of Monica’s go-to resources.

Inside scoop

The book also extends the ideas, tips, and games that we use at InnovatorsBox to help you along the journey.

Enough with that ‘stuck’ feeling!

It’s time to rethink your creativity.

You may be looking to further your own personal advancement, are tasked with managing a team, or at the helm of an organization. Regardless of your age, your job title, or your profession, by reconnecting with your innate creativity you can enhance your professional life.


Rethink Creativity teaches you how to start constructing a creative mindset by allocating time each day to change up your daily routine. It will help you rediscover the passion you felt your first day on the job. Not only will you benefit from Monica’s proven strategies, thought-provoking questions, and effective training techniques, but as you move through the book, you’ll start to enjoy your work again and find ways to be creative, curious, and innovative in the most mundane tasks.

Authentic and Insightful

The book directly reconnects with my journey and all the insights and experiences that I collected over time.

Reflect and Apply

Great questions are a powerful tool to reflect. And each chapter includes questions to help you reflect with an open and honest mind.

Key Tools and Games

Practical tools and tips that you can start using immediately for your daily creative thinking activities and meeting prompts.

End-of-chapter Recaps

Each chapter concludes with a short and succinct recap to help you recollect your learnings and reminisce the thoughts.

Go-to Resources

You can never stop learning. And to compliment your insightful journey to building a creative mindset, I’ve shared some of my go-to resources in this book.

Inside the InnovatorsBox

Building a creative mindset is a long and messy process. To help you in the journey, I’ve extended the ideas, tips, and games that we use at InnovatorsBox.

Rethink Creativity is the book that we all need to read, at this time and in this moment. It provides a step-to-step guide on how to unlock your creativity, to empower your team, to be happier, to be more creative, and to be more human. Monica Kang's story is a testament to the human capacity to be introspective, be proactive, be courageous, and march forward into one's bliss. The honesty and vulnerability that underpins this work will unlock things that you forgot or were unaware of.

Testimonial by Tyrone Grandison

Dr Tyrone Grandison

Founder, The Data-Driven Institute

Kang believes that anyone can be creative and Rethink Creativity charts a path to make it happen. She does it with inspiration, intelligence, and energy that will transcend all genders, professions, and ages.

Terri Broussard Williams

Government Relations Executive and Social Impact Blogger

“The lessons in Rethink Creativity might seem simple at first, but they have changed my life. This beautiful book will help you explore two important lessons: creativity is universal and you can’t be creative alone.”

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Adam Smiley Poswolsky

Millennial Workplace Expert, Keynote Speaker, Author at Penguin Random House, Author of The Quarter-Life Breakthrough

Monica Kang's book is a must for anyone looking to get out of their comfort zone to grow as a person and as a professional. No matter what your field of work is, being creative will improve how you understand yourself and others in order to be a better leader and team player. Through Kang's personal story, one can relate to the pressures of fitting into society's box. You will be challenged intellectually to be and accept yourself through exercises to foster your creativity - a key component of today's problem solving.

Lorena Valente Haben

Polítical Risk Consultant
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From the preface

“The more I learned to let go of society’s expectations and let myself define who I could become, I found myself not only being liberated - but also growing exponentially. It was in these moments that I reconnected with my creativity, and set myself on a course to create a movement. I started to reflect on how my life would be different if I could bring 100% of myself, my true self, to everything I did – including my work in nuclear security. (Yes, nuclear security!) I realized that by being more creative and giving myself more time to be creative, I was transforming the way I live.”

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About the Author

Monica Kang is a creative educator who is transforming today’s workforce through the power of creativity. She is driven by the belief that everyone is innately creative and that creativity can be used to catalyze personal and professional change. As the Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox®, her deepest satisfaction comes from seeing individuals realize their full potential and talents through creativity. Monica is a recognized thought leader in creative leadership and education.

Somewhere along the way we received the message that growing up meant growing out of creativity. It’s time to get reacquainted with our long-lost childhood friend.”

– Monica Kang, Author, Rethink Creativity

Rethink Creativity

Coming this September