Welcome to your seven-day journey to creativity.
Have you ever become "blocked" while writing, painting, or taking photographs?
Do you want to get your creative juices flowing?
Do you need motivation to be creative?
Do you think to yourself, "I know I have it in me, I just need to get it out"?
Do you want to make money by selling your craft?
Did you answer yes to any of these questions? Then this is definitely the audiobook for you!
This audiobook is broken into seven sections that will guide you through the process of prioritizing creativity in your life. You can choose to take seven days to walk through each section and exercise, or you can work through each section at your own pace, following each section and exercise as you're ready to do so. So much of creativity depends on your own pace and your knowledge of yourself as an artist.
You are an artist. It doesn't matter if you're a painter, a musician, a writer, a knitter, a crocheter, a scrap booker, a sewer, an architect, or if your dream is to complete a different kind of creative project. Just because your creative medium of choice may give you another label doesn't mean that you're not an artist. You dream, you love, and you create.
This might come as a shock to you, but the world needs your art. Humans are interconnected through the experience of life, and we all appreciate art in different ways. We wear art, we hang art on our walls, we read art, we buy art, we listen to art, and we use art to keep us warm in the winter. The bottom line is that everyone craves art, but not everyone can create art. The world needs your art and you can use it to create a connection to someone, to make their life a little more enjoyable.
©2014 Andy Johnson (P)2015 Andy Johnson
The narration is so flat and robotic, it unfortunately makes this book sadly boring and difficult to pay attention to, less than 5 minutes in.
Yes if this is how they are typically narrated. But this is the first time i've encountered this problem within this particular genre, and it's important to me, so i will continue to try books within the genre. I feel it is important to mention, as well, that the genre covers the type of topics that require compassion, gentle reassurance, or at the very least a matter-of-fact narration, that helps illuminate the content with no frills. The Narrator of Art and Fear, by David Bayles and Ted Orland, comes to mind here, for appropriate narration of this type of genre.
She sounds computer generated and flat. Apple's Siri, is more emotive.
It's unfortunate because it may be a good book really, but i almost instantly couldn't stand listening to it. I may have to try it in print and amend my review if necessary. Apologies to the narrator, this is not at all a judgement of her character.
I'm, sadly, disappointed, i was quite excited by the topic and synopsis of this book.
A pep talk for how to squash other human beings rather than inspire w creativity. If I were a creature who knew nothing of creativity, I think I would rather study tax law after hearing this authors take on humanity's greatest capability. The reader on the other hand was brilliant. She can stay.
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