Categories
Uncategorized

Clear-Minded Classic #4: Ignore Everybody by Hugh MacLeod

Ignore Everybody is a brilliantly inspiring little book by former copywriter turned artist (he’s most famous for his witty cartoons on the back of business cards),blogger (at gapingvoid.com) and internet marketer Hugh MacLeod. How to be Creative The book started out in life as the free manifesto “How to Be Creative”. This manifesto is still […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Clear-Minded Classic #3: The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron

When I was about 20 years old, I was totally and utterly lost. I was in my fourth year of studying for a degree and I was disillusioned with the whole process. I could see no clear way forward in terms of finding a job or career at the end of it, and I was […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Clear-Minded Classics #2: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Image: Turf Wars – The Art Police by Pranksky By turning the title of Sun Tzu’s ancient battle strategy The Art of War neatly on its head with The War of Art author Steven Pressfield is making a bold statement. But it’s not too much of an exaggeration to say that the book is every bit as […]

Categories
Uncategorized

Clear-Minded Classics #1: The Career Guide for Creative and Unconventional People

My attorney saw the hitchhiker long before I did. “Let’s give this boy a lift,” he said, and before I could mount any argument he was stopped and this poor Okie kid was running up to the car with a big grin on his face, saying, “Hot damn! I never rode in a convertible before!” […]