The authors asked hundreds of businesspeople to tell them the things that concerned them, receiving such heartfelt questions as: How do I stay creative in a hostile and competitive environment? Remain creative despite criticism? Clarify and apply my strengths to my work? Overcome the depression I feel at my job? Handle an impossible workload?
This audiobook answers these question and many more. The Artist's Way at Work will help you thrive at the job you now have, move into the career you truly want, or launch the business of your dreams. It combines the strength of three fields: the art world, the entrepreneurial world, and the corporate world. The Artist's Way at Work will give you a more satisfying, fully creative life in which you will feel a sense of wholeness, not fragmentation, a sense of cooperation, not competition. This audiobook will help you become more authentic, more productive, and better able to see and speak your truth in all facets of your life.
©1998 Mark Bryan with Julia Cameron and Catherine Allen
Doesn't seem to be any logic to the arrangement or progression of the advice in this book. Just an arbitrary collection of (tiny) snippets of advice, none of which are particularly original or even articulate. To make it worse it's abridged editing mashes it into a confusing, frustrating mess. Don't waste your money.
Very good motivation by the content of the audio book. I listen to the book 3 times so far.
It is similar to The Alchemist which deal with the inspiration and creativity of an artist.
They are very good readers. And the fact that they are the authors of the book help to communicate the content of the book. It feel like they were teaching us.
I like many of the tool they are talking about like the morning pages, time out and all the retrospection questions they ask you to answer.
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