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The World's Greatest Puzzles
by Timothy Hyde


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The World's Greatest Puzzles by Timothy Hyde

Timothy Hyde has been a puzzle fan all his life.

For pure enjoyment and challenge there is nothing like a great puzzle. They extend our minds, force us to look at things in different ways and provide a great stimulus for creative and innovative thought.

Timothy has been lucky that over the years he has been able to use a range of different puzzles in his own performances, keynote presentations and creative thinking workshops. He has been commissioned in the past to design specific Puzzle Challenges for many companies including KFC & Pizza Hut. He is now making 19 of his favourite puzzles available for you. In this beautifully designed ebook, you can not only play and enjoy the puzzles yourself or with friends, but you will also learn how you can use them in your own work.

And this is what makes this collection special. Each of the puzzles have been chosen as they are very adaptable in a variety of performance, speaking & training situations. Here are some of the venues and modes of delivery that buyers of the collection already use them in.

  • Shows
  • Keynotes
  • Workshops
  • MC
  • Training
  • Coaching
  • Conference Ice Breakers
  • Teambuilding
  • Websites
  • One on One
  • Social Situations
The puzzles themselves are classics, both old and modern, but what makes this ebook really valuable, is that Timothy explains tips, techniques, variations and uses for them. Where the history of the puzzle is known it is also explained and links to resource websites are included.

Their use is only limited by your imagination but here are a few "points" that can be illustrated.

  • Assumptions
  • Looking at things differently
  • Problem Solving
  • More than one way to do things
  • Expectations
  • Thinking Outside the Box
  • Logically Thinking
  • Challenge
  • Motivation
1st edition 2006; 70 pages.
word count: 5513 which is equivalent to 22 standard pages of text