1.Understanding the working of the brain.
2.Learning how to remember lists permanently.
3.How to recall information in any order.
4.How to use creative imagination effectively.
5.Developing a strong memory of numbers and words
6.Increase imagination power.
7.Enhance concentration and focusing skill.
(a) Produce interesting pieces of composition or essay from their own creativity, imagination and experiences.
(b) Develop the essential skills to think and write creatively.
(c) Fluency. The speed with which new ideas are generated.
(d) Flexibility. The ability to see things from different angles. It also includes your ability to use all your senses when
creating new ideas.
(e) Originality. It represents the ability to produce ideas that are yours alone – that are unusual, unique and sometimes
(f) Radiant thinking. The good creative writer takes a central theme and builds on it in all directions, developing,
expanding and generally elaborating the original thought.
(g) Association. The brain is a giant ‘Association Machine’. Having knowledge of how this Association Machine works, will enable you to tap
into this infinite resource to improve all aspects of your creativity.
(h) Discuss the writing process and a guide to effective writing.
(i) Learn through many practical examples and exercises to hone their creative writing skill.