Books for Creativity: The Artist’s Way at Work

The Artist’s Way at Work is based on the well-established Artist’s Way creative method It uses the metaphor of the dragon as illustrated in Chen Rong’s renowned painting Nine Dragons, believed to symbolize the enlightenment of Lao Tzu, the founder of Taoism

“The creative spirit, like the dragon, is a thrilling, joyous, chaotic and powerful force that deserves and demands respect.” — The Artist’s Way at Work

The book guides readers through a 12-week crash course in getting back in touch with their creativity, focusing on identifying and overcoming the barriers to creativity within the modern 9-to-5 office environment.

The Artist’s Way at Work is not about traditional artists. In this book, you are the artist. Yes, you, in the suit. The 9-to-5er, paper pusher, the white collar schlub.

Because that is not what you are. Not according to The Artist’s Way.

Read the full article at Creative Juicer.

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