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Published (first published November 2017)
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Maxim Shilo
Feb 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This did not necessarily happen because he is lazy or unfocused. To be honest, he is neither. It happened because he did not build his particular environment to accomplish his dream. He did not carve out time in the day to write. He never removed the outline for the story from his mind. He never set deadlines. He did not find a way to stay accountable for his writing. <
One thing machines cannot do (yet) is generate ideas. This means creative people hold the keys to the future.
You know the sayin
Chris Boutté
Nov 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
For my entire life, I've loved creating. Whether it's writing, making videos on my YouTube channel, or some other form of creativity, I just have things in my brain that I need to get out to the world. That's why I'm so glad I came across the work of Todd Brison. Recently, I read his first book The Creative's Curse during a time when I was kind of in a creative slump, and it was super inspiring. So, I picked up this book and loved it as well. 

The Unstoppable Creative is more about developing a p
john calkin
Jun 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: pretty much any human
Recommended to john calkin by: Brison's first book
If your talent is a weight you carry around in a bag made of guilt you probably need this book. Mark it up with highlights and come back to it often. Let Brison kick your butt (in a pleasant but firm manner) until you can't help but act. You won't live forever but your art might. But only if you do the work. Todd Brison has a plan for getting it done. There are other books like this but you might find you need them all to keep you from sluffing off. Inactivity is pleasant but there is no reward ...more
Apr 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction
My review of this and Todd's previous book.
Russ Morey
Jul 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A good book to inspire anyone struggling with their creative aspirations. A kick-in-the-pants “You can do it if you really want to” guide.
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