The War of Art
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Self Help
, Personal Development
The first two parts of this book made very good points. I fully expected to enjoy the third part as well, but by then I was starting to get bored of the book. While I do believe in God, the author's way of speaking about generic higher powers, and of muses whispering in an artist's ears rubbed me th...
I don't for a minute believe anything Pressfield says about the universe or inspiration. Like so many "self help" books, Pressfield's advice is founded on a completely unsupportable metaphysic - I find myself utterly disagreeing and rejecting his metaphysics while finding his practical advise utterl...
This book is fierce. I picked it up late one night while fighting the flu and the next morning, I was like an efficient machine. I felt extremely motivated to continue my efforts on a few projects that had been languishing on the back burner. The author shines a very bright light on that cunning,...
The first couple of sections are about 'resistance' to your art (in this case writing, buy equally could be applied to any art, or any occupation), what forms the resistance manifests itself and what you can do about it. The book is very easy to digest, straight forward, short and filled with (most...
Sometimes you can take a simple idea and write a whole book about it and it have the book be incredibly successful. The War of Art does this. The idea is that resistance is the enemy of creativity and beating it is the way to become creatively productive.The topic is explored from a number of angles...
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