This is a simple little gut check of a book. Simple and concise - he lists the challenges to success and them how to beat them. A good, quick read.
If you have an idea or a project in front of you, of any kind, listen to this book. It really has the tools and motivation for you to actually do it! Easy to listen to and take in.My hat off to Steven Pressfield for this book!
Have a GREAT One!
Excellent encouragement and kick in the butt. I highly recommend this to anyone determined to get things done. Enjoy it! Now I'm going to buy the paper book so I have it as a reference. Yes, it's that good.
The first time I read this book I promptly quit my job. About a year later I threw in the towel, but I read this book again and went back to the drawing board. Every time I fail, or lose confidence in what I'm doing, I read it again (thankfully it's a quick read).
That being said, I liked the book more. Probably because I just read certain parts of the book and skip the rest. The performance was okay but I honestly just think the book is way better. Some of the quotes are very powerful and you need to stare at them and let them sink in.
Great book, very inspiring. Written for the pov of an artist but applies to anyone embarking on a new endeavor
It's well narrated and punchy. This is my most listened to audiobook before a new project - it gets me in the right mindset before I start.
Pressfield has a great voice, very compelling and effective.
He talks about handling the inner demons of doubt - that is priceless. It's like having a psychologist talking in your ear to overcome the issues.
Get things done.
Someone who hasn't read The War of Art
This is a nonfiction book, so it's not about the story. It was disappointing because it was nothing new. He's already been through this material in the War of Art.
Get the guy who performed the War of Art.