PRAISE FOR META WAGNER AND WHAT'S YOUR CREATIVE TYPE?
If you're looking for a speaker for your next company or organization event who will jumpstart your people into considering their creative potential, check out Meta Wagner and her book, What's Your Creative Type? She spoke at our Stone Temple Consulting company meeting, and we can't stop talking about the insights we gained.
— Mark Traphagen, Senior Director of Brand Evangelism
We were thrilled to have Meta speak at Hill Holliday! She did a wonderful job of engaging the standing-room only crowd and created exactly the kind of dialogue between different departments that we were hoping for. People raved about the talk for the rest of the day – truly the highlight of 4pm Happy Hour. Can’t recommend her enough!
— James Saulsky, Account Executive, Hill Holliday Advertising Agency
Meta Wagner leads us all on a fun, inspiring, and practical trip through our own psyches with What’s Your Creative Type?—convincing us as we go that the real secret to increasing your creative expression is not obsessing over the process or our tools, but understanding first our motivation to create.
— Scott Barry Kaufman, author of Wired to Create
Why are some amongst the multitude of talented folks creative while in others the spark remains dormant? Picasso eloquently said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
Kudos to Meta Wagner who explains the “why” in a fascinating, fun-filled book by drawing upon sound theories and personality traits. The stories of famous creators are compelling and the lessons learnt can illuminate for you a path to unfold the magic of your unique creative potential.
— Sanjiv Chopra, M.D., Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, author, and speaker
Every artist must figure out exactly what drives them to create before they can make the impact they were born to make. Meta Wagner's book proves that self discovery can be a real pleasure: lively yet insightful, practical and compassionate, it's a must-read for creatives of all ages.”
— Camille DeAngelis, author of Life Without Envy: Ego Management for Creative People
The author, Meta Wagner, is brilliant with this topic! An early read showed a great balance between meaningful academia, total fun, and extraordinary tools for self examination.
— Randy Susan Meyers, author of The Widow of Wall Street