It puts the spotlight on you
When you try to produce to someone else's view, you will slowly loose yourself in that quest.
One could say that it is the same old message and maybe it is, maybe this was the tipping point for me and my situation but it is a solid book for driving home some fundamental points on creativity.
It is like eating food that has gone bad. YUK . Worse than YUK
Maybe in my next lifetime , but not this one.
After listening to a couple of hours I finally had to ask, what is your Point? Maybe for him it was a discovery that we are all pawns in the bigger scheme, but I've already heard this before in thousands of other books.
and definitely doesn't get anywhere very fast.
I'm too afraid to read anymore and waste another minute to find out if there is anything redeeming about this book
This is among one of the best.
So motivating and a great confidence boost for all the struggles an artist deals with.
I love hearing his own voice reading it. Makes it more meaningful - You can really connect.
Say something about yourself!
Nope, he is completely off my reading list.
Not this guy's work: Yawn
Seth should really have hired a pro. He is monotonous. It's hard to concentrate and understand his passion for this topic because his voice has no personality.
About 4/5ths would be cut. He drones on about how his vision is good because its good.
He repeats the same message over and over. There are no practical examples but rather things analogous to "take the good road" and "This is good, the old is bad so follow the way". Some good advice, the 1/5th, but the rest just repeated dribble.
If you like books like "Chicken Soup for the Soul" then you will probably like this.