Author of "Focus: the power of targeted thinking," a Pearson title that has had a gratifyingly good reception this year, "Your Writing Coach" (Nicholas Brealey Publishing 2007 and just reprinted), "Do Something Different," a collection of 100 case studies of innovative marketing (Virgin Books), and "Successful Scriptwriting" (Writers Digest Press, with Kerry Cox). He has also written many articles, including a personal development column for the Times Educational Supplement. As mentioned above, his "Brainstorm" creativity e-bulletin has circa 2500 subscribers.
The author's own creative endeavours have included writing more than 100 episodes of television, including "Relic Hunter," "Benson," and "Family Ties," a feature film starring Kelsey Grammer ("The Real Howard Spitz"), a mini-series, "Midnight Man," starring Rob Lowe, and two TV movies starring the Olsen Twins. The author has also had plays produced in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin, and written for many magazines and newspapers. Another feature film, "Global Beach," is in pre-production with director Fulvio Bernasconi, to be shot in 2009.
Jurgen Wolff teaches workshops on creativity, creative marketing, writing, personal development, and time management around the world. He has lectured at the University of Southern California, for the Skyros Institute, the Academy for Chief Executives, the BBC, Fremantle Media, the London School of Journalism, the European Media programme, and at private workshops in the United States, England, Spain, Germany, Denmark, France, South Africa, Belgium, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In September he is teaching a creativity workshop in Portland, Oregon, and in November a pitching workshop in London.