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This is a great book that gets to the heart and soul of creating a life that is artistic and bold David is inspiring in his work I felt compelled to create during and after reading this book An excellent read for all creatives. [[ DOWNLOAD E-PUB ]] ✑ A Beautiful Anarchy, When the Life Creative Becomes the Life Created ☜ The truly exceptional life has never belonged only to the talented, and the fearlessTalent is over rated and fearlessness is no match for courage and the power of our will, and ultimately, our best lives will be lived when we colour outside the lines, free to listen to, and act upon, the voice of our souls Our lives can be a bold, beautiful, deeply human experience that can ripple out and touch others, but they have to be our lives A Beautiful Anarchy is a vulnerable, honest, and insightful book about the human longing to create, whether that s a family, a business, a book or a photograph Our greatest creation can be an intentional life lived on our terms For those that already identify as creative people, this book is an invitation to intentionally explore your creative process For anyone that s ever said, but I m not really creative, it s a call to exhume a part of yourself that desperately needs to get out and breatheThis book is available on ABeautifulAnarchy or as a Kindle version from Quite possibly my favourite book on the subject of creativity and living a creative life.Get a copy and read it, it will help you immensely. I read this book through in one sitting, and it is indeed a very good book However, I would have preferred to have read this before I read The Soul Of The Camera , which I will probably do so again There are some trains of thought that are repeated in the book, and this is okay There is only so many ways that you can ask people to embrace the life creative I do believe that this is a book that should be read by business people and corporate executives as well A corporate career can be a so I read this book through in one sitting, and it is indeed a very good book However, I would have preferred to have read this before I read The Soul Of The Camera , which I will probably do so again There are some trains of thought that are repeated in the book, and this is okay There is only so many ways that you can ask people to embrace the life creative I do believe that this is a book that should be read by business people and corporate executives as well A corporate career can be a soul destroying experience even though you are paid handsomely for it and a book like this can help you becomecentred One of my beliefs has always been that you need to keep learning, and I love that he brings in the word Shoshin , from Zen philosophy, which means the beginners mind Others may call it cultivating a child like curiosity It is indeed vital in todays world A book worth reading Dear David,I ll make a T shirt with your book What people don t know is that they need to read and apply your book I know you ll probably never see this, but I won t let that stop me from asking you especially after reading your book How does it feel to know you re changing numerous unknowns lives for the better Absorbing every single word of it.Thank you Thank you Thank you. Even though David is a well known photographer, there is not a single photo in this book In the beginning I thought this was a little weird, but in the end came to appreciate that greatly, I was able to focus on the words without getting distracted by his amazing photography I have so many highlighted sections in this book It made me ask and answer the hard question What do I want to do with my creative life The answer surprised me, yet didn t surprise me. This book s biforkated pointer hit me between the eyes and right in the heart A must read for entrepreneurs, artists, and visionaries who want to locate the gas pedal and or slam it to the floorboard. It sabout creativity than photography He does mention photography, as he is a photographer and it seems to be aimedat photographers and writers, but anyone could read it and apply it to their life Nothing new but it s always nice to be reminded and to think about creativity and life. I have admired David s photographs for some time, through his publishing company Craft and Vision and downloading one of his e books This is the first book I ve read and I was challenged by it David is a giant advocate of vision and intentional photographs Photographs should be taken on purpose, with a purpose and vision firmly in your mind Otherwise, they are merely snapshots and the viewer will have virtually no idea what message you might be trying to convey to them So, instead of just s I have admired David s photographs for some time, through his publishing company Craft and Vision and downloading one of his e books This is the first book I ve read and I was challenged by it David is a giant advocate of vision and intentional photographs Photographs should be taken on purpose, with a purpose and vision firmly in your mind Otherwise, they are merely snapshots and the viewer will have virtually no idea what message you might be trying to convey to them So, instead of just snapping away on the shutter, think about what you are seeing and trying to convey to your audience How should that photo be framed What should be included and excluded from the photo And who is that audience anyway If you don t know who you are trying to reach, how will you know if your photos had an chance of impacting them See why his words challenged me Before I pick up my camera again, I will be thinking muchabout who I am trying to reach, what I am trying to say I will have a vision Inspiring ReadGood book for inspiring you to stick with your creative stuff That the process is hard and messy for everyone It doesn t mean you aren t good when it s hard, it s part of the process It s also a great confirmation that it sabout living a creative life to enjoy making work during those those challenging frustrating times It s about how you live your whole life to enjoy your work as part of it.