Creative Thinking Book Tour Concludes at the Newark Library January 16th
01/14/2010

Silicon Valley author shares insights on how to think creatively in 2010.

Online PR News – 14-January-2010 – – Newark, Ca – Interested in beginning the new year with new ideas and a new frame of mind?

Silicon Valley based author Javy W. Galindo will be concluding his 'Thinking Differently for the New Year' book tour this Saturday, January 16th, with a free talk at the Newark Public Library from 2-3pm.

The tour has been a great success. On January 3rd well over sixty people showed up for my talk at the Pleasanton Public Library. I think with the state of the economy and other factors people are hungry to learn how to find fresh ideas and creative solutions to problems as they begin 2010.

“I’ve been trying my best to give audiences creative inspiration by showing them how we are all inherently creative people. Research shows that our brains are designed to think creatively,” says Galindo.

Since the end of last year, the creative thinking author has been speaking throughout the California Bay Area sharing insights from his new book 'The Power of Thinking Differently: An imaginative guide to creativity, change, and the discovery of new ideas.' He has had tremendous turnouts at the Los Gatos Public Library, the Milpitas Public Library, and the Mountain View Public Library amongst other locations.

“The tour has been a great success. On January 3rd, well over sixty people showed up for my talk at the Pleasanton Public Library. I think with the state of the economy, and other factors, people are hungry to learn how to find fresh ideas and creative solutions to problems as they begin 2010.”

Galindo will be taking some time off of his book tour as the winter quarter starts at Heald College where he teaches courses in psychology and statistics. However, future speaking events include free talks at the Union City Public Library on February 21st, the Redwood City Public Library on March 6th, and the Redwood City Public Library on May 2nd.

Readers can visit the author’s official website at www.thinking-differently.com for more information.

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