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If you find it hard to get your ideas onto the page, or your songs onto a CD then this book may help you to understand why you keep procrastinating and what you can do to overcome this inexplicable resistance to your own success.
This one and Do The Work by the same author are well thumbed copies in my library.
I will admit that some of the things Mr Pressfield does say I don't entirely agree with. It is difficult to see the point behind his Hitler comment as some other reviewers have pointed out - but in general if you read it with a purpose to find the lessons that will work for you - you will get a lot out of this book. It sounds like some people reached a line they didn't understand or agree with and threw the book down and rushed to their computer to review it in a temper tantrum.
Persevere with this book. It's well worth it.
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Great book, recommended to me while reading a similar paperback.
Easy to digest in small chapters and thought provoking, read in one sitting or pick up when you have the... Read more
For any artist or entrepreneur struggling with procrastination, fear and paralysis......discover Pressfield's understanding of Resistance. A complete and total game changer!Published 16 days ago by Kelly Doe
Good read excellent for helping keeping focuse. Used this on my revison brakes at uni to help keep motivated and stay focusedPublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Vote up if you bought this cause of Rogan. Absolutely awesome book. Read through it twice now. Great for breaking through your procrastination and getting stuff done. Read morePublished 1 month ago by George Warrington
Speaking from my perspective as an atheist, some of Pressfield's thoughts around summoning creativity get rather gushing and religious (muses, angels, and god-given gifts) for my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by 173BPM
Well this is a revelation and yet at the same time something native to me- something I have always known and experienced but been unable to fully grasp. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hina Belitz
It is an interesting read, collection of ideas. Really enjoyed read them. Made me consider things that I previously hadnot and examin my idealologies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by P. Robinson