I think as a creative person, this book just spoke to me, on so many different levels. The contents of this book are completely universal, regardless of whether you're an artist or not, I thoroughly enjoyed it, and will listen again.
I actually liked part 3, the spiritual side of where he thinks our creativity comes from - it's definitely divine.
I loved the idea of invoking the Muse, and I'm not a hippie either.
Try this book out if you're creative, not-creative, or want to be creative.
Less stories about him, more stories about other people who applied this 'theory'
Funny. Rambling. Entertaining.
It annoyed me.
I just finished listening to The Art Of War, and back-to-back this book just seems a bit self indulgent. I find his sense of humor entertaining at times, and at other times I kinda wanted to punch him.I'm 2/3's of the way through, I don't think I can bring myself to finish it.I'm not gonna give up on you Jon, so I'll try Quitter instead.
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