I have listened to this twice and I plan on listening to it again and again. This book is filled with so much valuable information. The narrator's voice is also pleasing to listen to.
Mr. Pressfield acts as a vassal of muses. This work draws out the calling of the reader, imploring us to confront our purpose. The War of Art tells us the cold truth - to achieve greatness is a labor of love, which can go unnoticed. To demonstrate this, Pressfield highlights the work of Van Gogh whose work was admired after his death. Why is there value in such an endeavor? Pursuing our purpose feeds our soul.
hard-nosed self improvement with a Twist of metaphysical musings. what I like most is that it was short and to the point. Most of these kind books make their point and then repeat it over and over. this guy doesn't. He cusses and tells us how he wrestles with his demons. and it's fun. morning this is geared to turn you from amateur to professional. are you ready for that?
definitely one of the best books ive heard. as a former marine, i can relate, as a fellow artists and musician, its musical in descriptions and goes to great length to effectively describe the content with great analogies and personifications. ooh rah marine
Absolutely, great book, quite possibly one of the best books i've ever read/listened to. The narration was phenomenal and very well performed. Total recommendation.