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Publisher's Summary

As young children, we were all brought up to admire superheroes. Whether you looked up to the beautiful, magical princesses of the Disney movies, or the action-packed variety that boys tend to emulate from the comic books, we've been raised with one initial fantasy: magic is possible, miracles happen, and superpowers do exist, at least, in theory.
This book aims to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that superpowers do exist, and are available to us all if only we will apply our minds to discover them, and tap into their limitless potential - making them a reality. This book will explore the reality that is creative power. Tap into the creative power you have to change the world.
©2016 Luis Herrera (P)2016 Luis Herrera
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By Amazon Customer on 06-05-16

Beautifully read, wonderful message!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is an excellent book to "gather 'round and listen to with the whole family." Its message is uplifting, universal and absolutely beneficial to everyone who listens to it. It is a manual that helps the reader/listener discover their dormant power to create change in the world, and all the satisfaction, financial and otherwise, such creativity offers. This book is an instant, timeless classic.

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By Jydeda on 12-01-16

A straight line =the Shortest distance btwn 2 pts

Would you try another book written by Luis Herrera or narrated by Sharon Olivia Blumberg?

Luis Herrera seems to be still in a process of distilling his ideas.<br/>I would try and avoid books narrated by Sharon Oliva Blumberg, She always tends to be screaming into the microphone. Maybe the gain was too high during recording.

Has Creative Power put you off other books in this genre?

Certainly not

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The Narrators voice tends to always sound too loud even when the volume is low

What character would you cut from Creative Power?

I wouldn't cut a character but I would certainly cut the chapter on the potential investment opportunity.

Any additional comments?

I get the impression that the book is still work in progress. The book could do with some further revision and repackaging. I really feel this book veers seriously of course towards the middle. The Objectives of the book is to demonstrate that we have inherent creative power and unlock this treasure trove of dormant power.I was expecting a very powerful expose on the imagination but felt left a bit wanting. There are some excellent tips and hints but it seems to be more about managing your life than understanding how to use creative imagination. The narrator voice is very intense and seems to be screaming her head off no matter how low the volume is.What should be the main meat of the book is in the addendum as if the author suddenly realised what t was he was supposed to writing about.What should be the addendum is some discussion about a proposed investment opportunity which doesn't really have a lot to do with the subject matter. I would place this paragraph in the addendum or leave it out altogether. The last section written 10 years previously and added as an after thought departs from the authors simple style of getting his point across and becomes extremely abstract. I couldn't be asked to try and follow and get into what he was writing about.

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