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    Coaching The Artist Within is the first book by Eric Maisel I've ever read Recently I've been very interested in the obstacles challenges and bumps in the road that artists generally face and I find this book fascinatingThe book is divided into twelve chapters Every chapter deals with one creative roadblock such as being centered committed to the creative process dealing with anxiety or planning your creative endeavors In every chapter you find a personal story of one of author's clients Eric Maisel is a creativity coach who works with artists around the worldThe advice Eric shares in his book is without doubt very valuable and helped me understand my own creative process in a much deeper way But what I most appreciate about the book are the storiesWhen facing challenges artists often feel that they are stuck and alone while others are able to create rather effortlessly It's interesting to read about authors from different parts of the world and from different creative areas who struggle with the same challenges no matter how famous or successful they are Artists are a very specific species and it's very relieving to know that a best selling novelist has the same fear and doubts as a novelist hoping to get her first book publishedI recommend the book to every artist who wishes to understand herself better overcome the hurdles she's currently facing and receive the support of Eric's expertise and wisdom as well as be inspired by stories of fellow creative souls


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    An excellent book about being your own self coach Eric Maisel shares 12 principles for living the creative life Maisel has coached writers artists actors and other creative people He shares stories from his coaching experience to illustrate his key points Coaching is a very new field of endeavor and creative coaching is even newer I recommend this book to anyone interested in coaching andor creativity


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    C Completely StopE Expect NothingN Name my WorkT Trust ResourcesE Embrace the momentR Return with StrengthCENTER


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    It turns out that Coaching the Artist Within by Eric Maisel is not the kind of book that you read reflect on how much you enjoyed it then stick it somewhere on a shelf of favorites For writers actors artists musicians and others who are serious about their creative pursuits it's the kind of book that you keep within reach to help you fully understand the nature of what you're dealing with as a creative artist Too many who place themselves on the perilous path of some form of creative artistry as a profession tend to fall deeply in love with the creative part of the work while neglecting other eually important areas of it such as maintaining inspiration obtaining funding for projects remaining true to creative ideals and balancing the artistic with the practical In short Maisel provides in very lucid and entertaining prose information concepts and inspiration for the average creative artist to apply to his or her life in such a way that it makes a significant positive differenceAberjhani


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    I've been reading a number of books dealing with the themes tackled in COACHING THE ARTIST WITHIN artist fears doubts anxiety blocks stalled projects etc Maisel's book is a wonderful addition to my growing keeper shelf of books to reconnect with when the creative life becomes too much to bear when I wonder why I bother at all and when I start to think I'd be better off making widgets on an assembly lineMaisel addresses the issues all artists face with plenty of compassion but he doesn't sugar coat the important issues either He makes it abundantly clear that hard work is needed to succeed and he's not afraid to give artists a good kick in the behind to get them moving again Perhaps most important of all is the way he encourages each of us to become our own creativity coaches Empowering and motivating COACHING THE ARTIST WITHIN is a must read for anyone struggling to find meaning in his or her creative work A


  6. says:

    Interesting creativity book While I enjoyed reading it and did learn a number of new things this was theoretical than get your hands dirty Too many exercises involved journaling about the chapter topic and the instructions for creating a life purpose statement were very shallow compared to other sources Steve Pavlina comes to mind On the other hand I love and now use the CENTER mantra and I like his focus on living a meaning driven life This is worth a peek although it isn't a life changing creativity book


  7. says:

    Some compelling hands on techniues to support yourself in whatever creative endeavor you want to pursue I especially liked the anxiety busters how to spot when you're defeating yourself and what to do to move forward creatively I was a little put off by his vision of the artist as manic depressiveas a good thing I believe that creating art can be done in a healthy way that doesn't reuire manic episodes or drugs or alcohol That seems such an old fashioned outdated way of looking at creativity True creativity ought to support replenish and benefit the artist not tear her to pieces This book seems to advocate for both yet its supportive techniues seem interesting enough to try


  8. says:

    With 12 chapters built around 12 skills for every artistwriter who wants to be an effective self coach this book is kind truthful direct helpful and hopeful I can see how anyone who puts these principles into practice will have a productive and meaningful creative life I especially liked the chapters on Creating in the Middle of Things which we all must do and Planning and Doing


  9. says:

    I enjoy Eric Maisel's books This one was inspiring motivating and validating I would recommend him to anyone wanting insight in hisher creative process or support on the creative path


  10. says:

    Good tips and tools here


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Coaching the Artist Within Advice for Writers Actors Visual Artists and Musicians from America's Foremost Creativity Coach

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Creativity Coaching Essentials shows people how to become effective creators by guiding them through 12 self coaching lessons Eric Maisel a leading creativity coach writes each lesson with a novelist's flair as a narrative complete with examples exercises and uestions to help readers explore and reflect on underlying issues th. Coaching The Artist Within is the first book by Eric Maisel I've ever read Recently I've been very interested in the obstacles challenges and bumps in the road that artists generally face and I find this book fascinatingThe book is divided into twelve chapters Every chapter deals with one creative roadblock such as being centered committed to the creative process dealing with anxiety or planning your creative endeavors In every chapter you find a personal story of one of author's clients Eric Maisel is a creativity coach who works with artists around the worldThe advice Eric shares in his book is without doubt very valuable and helped me understand my own creative process in a much deeper way But what I most appreciate about the book are the storiesWhen facing challenges artists often feel that they are stuck and alone while others are able to create rather effortlessly It's interesting to read about authors from different parts of the world and from different creative areas who struggle with the same challenges no matter how famous or successful they are Artists are a very specific species and it's very relieving to know that a best selling novelist has the same fear and doubts as a novelist hoping to get her first book publishedI recommend the book to every artist who wishes to understand herself better overcome the hurdles she's currently facing and receive the support of Eric's expertise and wisdom as well as be inspired by stories of fellow creative souls