Creativity Book: A Years Worth of Inspiration and Guidance Paperback – 21 Jun 2001
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About the Author
Author of Affirmations for Artists, Fearless Creating, and Deep Writing, Eric Maisel, Ph.D., works exclusively with artists in his private psychotherapy practice and in group workshops. He lives near San Francisco.
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I haven't stuck to the week-by-week format but generally worked through it chronologically. He takes a very thoughtful approach to getting you to: What the hell, I might as well get on with it!
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I highly recommend the book.
These obstacles are real and significant. But people discover that they can begin. You can begin this very day to grow creative... You can become a creative person and you don't have to slip away to a retreat off the coast of Maine to do so. Creativity is exactly the same thing as using yourself richly, right where you are, at extraordinary tasks but at very ordinary tasks also. Let that be what this year is about: becoming a creative human being, creative at everything you do, who by the end of the year has completed some strong creative work and looks at the world through new eyes." ~ Eric Maisel from The Creativity Book
As the sub-title suggests, this book is set up as "A Year's Worth of Inspiration and Guidance." Although I didn't go through the 52 weeks of goodness straight through, I really loved the Big Ideas and I'm excited to share some of my favorites.
1. Creativity & Anxiety - They travel the same road together.
2. Do the Tiniest Thing - Take the next baby step!
3. Shells in the Omelettes - Might as well laugh, eh?
4. Feeling Bewildered - It happens. Embrace it.
5. Want Everything - Then plan how to get it.
If you're feelin' it, I think you'll love the full book!
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