this is a great book for all artists. if you're struggling with writer's block this will fix it.
Even though it gets a Little too "mystical" at times. It helps getting down to reality through beautiful lines and poetry. Almost good for meditating.
A very inspiring book on a subject i battle with daily: resistance, in its miriad forms. I even spotted some new tricks the old fiend had been pulling on me! I recommend "The war of art" and Elisabeth Gilbert's "Big Magic" to anyone with an open mind looking to find their blind spots with their creative process.
Short enough to minimize the "resistance" to relisten; motivates me to want to share my creativity with the world; rationalizes how people can oftentimes seem so disappointing; provides me the tools to minimize my ego's power over my actions :)
A moving story that gives you the much needed kick in the butt.
Pressfield's eloquent writing paired with Guidall's emotionally charged narration is splendid.
No more dilly dallying. Buy the book, then get then get to work.
Top listen, keeps it real and challenges for more. For all those that flirt with the idea that they have art inside them and never taken action to release it.
I really enjoyed the concepts of this book. The trouble is I cannot recommend it to my friends family and loved ones, especially my children or those I teach because they would all be offended with the foul language. I think the concepts are helpful to people trying to accomplish passions and goals. If I can get this book without the offensive language it would get five stars and my recommendation to a lot of people. I am appreciative to Steven for taking the time to verbalize and share these ideas and unseen concepts.