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12 Rules of Creativity

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12 RULES OF CREATIVITY is a book of twelve practical steps that help to stimulate your creativity. Michael Atavar guides you through the basic principles of the creative process. How to begin, developing an original voice and working with creative blocks. From beginner to famous artist, everyone at some time in their career will become stuck. These twelve rules will help you to navigate the stages of impasse, freeing up the log-jam of ideas. Packed with tips and insider information, the book represents a useful repository of original ways of thinking, methods that can be applied to any area of creativity. If you take one thing away from the reading of this book, it should be that creativity, as it manifests within you, is always possible. Go do it. 12 RULES OF CREATIVITY is the follow-up to Michael Atavar's best-selling HOW TO BE AN ARTIST.

First published November 2, 2011

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January 28, 2019

"Watch out for randomness in the most prosaic of situations - the lights in a building at night, the roar of airplanes overhead and the spilled tickets on a railway station floor".

"What`s the best way of turning off your internal radio?

Every day each one of us is rehearses this ending by going to sleep - surrendering to a world of absence, a place not inhabited by our conscious mind.

As a result, I find these last moments before I drop off, charged with electricity. In the white noise of vacant meandering, losing myself, untrapped by the ego, I have some of my best ideas."
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December 6, 2014
This book was really disappointing. It's filled to the brim with lists of things you should do to spur/stimulate your creativity (lie on the floor, lick a cat, howl to the moon). The thing is, nothing makes sense.
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