There are over 40 million people who work in creative careers. You may be one of them. Or, perhaps, you would like to join their ranks. If either of these statements is true, this book is for you.
Maziarz offers a concrete program for helping you tap into and develop your creative potential. In fact, if you incorporate these teachings into your life, you can be not only creative, but kick-ass creative.
Maziarz provides a framework full of fun and practical tips for kick-starting the creative process. Included are:
An examination of energy and what it has to do with art.
How to connect with your deepest motivations, desires, and feelings.
Concrete tips about time management.
How to develop a support group.
How to get rid of those flimsy excuses that block your creative output.
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One of the best!!!
Yes, I have both & the reader on the Audible is excellent.
I'm an artist & many of the books like this one are not written by artists. They don't quite get our approach to life... This author is an artist & she is very helpful in all the right ways.
Not yet but I look forward to listening to her again!!
Too many to list here!
I'm very happy I got this book, it is better than any others (and there are many) I have gotten so far.
- Kindle Customer ok
No way would I buy another book from this author.
No, I still want to read books about creativity I simply want to read GOOD books about creativity and this is not one of them.
Narrator tried hard to make the author's words lively. Not her fault that the words and concepts were trite.
This is one of those books that talks about what it will talk about but never really talks about it. Got 3 chapters into it then gave up.
If one wants to read a really good book about creativity, forget this one and immediately buy and download and enjoy listening to Elizabeth Gilbert's "Big Magic". She knows what she is talking about and writes so well and then narrates it with such warmth that she really does communicate "big magic".