The War of Art  English, Paperback, Pressfield Steven

The War of Art (English, Paperback, Pressfield Steven)

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The War Of Art: Break Through The Blocks And Win Your Inner Creative Battles identifies the key obstacles to the process of creation and talks about overcoming them. Summary Of The Book The War Of Art: Break Through The Blocks And Win Your Inner Creative Battles is an absorbing and lucid guide which reconciles practicality with creative success. It is almost like food for the artist’s soul and talks about overcoming barriers to successful creation. Why are we prevented from doing things we desire? The book seeks to answer this question and many more. The War Of Art: Break Through The Blocks And Win Your Inner Creative Battles talks about steering clear of all possible roadblocks and other obstacles to creativity. This can be problems faced in setting up an entrepreneurial venture, painting or novel writing. Pressfield puts a finger on the common enemy that we all possess and puts forth strategies on a war footing to outwit all internal enemies. Readers learn about achieving their greatest creative successes with this handy book. Creative discipline is emphasized in this book and this is a must read for all artistic and creative individuals. The book helps readers believe in their own powers to achieve their dreams. It almost functions as a pep talk in the no-nonsense style. Steven Pressfield highlights resistance as the main barrier to creative success. He also holds forth on the symptoms of the same. The War Of Art: Break Through The Blocks And Win Your Inner Creative Battles talks about the forces of resistance in great detail. It also demonstrates the rampant internalization of social do’s and don’ts in humans. Wrongful perceptions of laziness and inactivity are also highlighted in the book. The book helps readers overcome these hurdles en route to creating creative work of the highest possible quality. About Steven Pressfield Steven Pressfield is a noted American historical fiction writer, screenplay writer and author. Steven Pressfield has also written Gates of Fire, Last of the Amazons, The Legend of Bagger Vance, The Virtues of War, Tides of War, Killing Rommel, The Afghan Campaign, The Profession, Do The Work, Turning Pro and The Warrior Ethos. Born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, Steven Pressfield earned his graduation degree from Duke University and served in the Marine Corps. He has also worked as a fruit-picker, teacher, bartender, copywriter, mental hospital attendant, tractor driver and in oil fields. Steven Pressfield also has an online series collection including What It Takes, It’s the Tribes, Stupid, Writing Wednesdays, War Stories and The Creative Process. He has also written screenplays for various Hollywood films like Freejack, Joshua Tree and Above the Law. The Legend of Bagger Vance, his novel, was adapted into a film starring Will Smith and Matt Damon in 2000. He also made an appearance as a historian in the Last Stand of the 300 on The History Channel. He launched Black Irish Books, his own publishing house in 2012 with agent Shawn Coyne

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