I thought this book was great. Totally inspired me and gave me wisdom. Maybe the people that rated the book poorly are not the hero that he mentions in the end.Published 3 days ago by Evan
Great follow on book to the war of art. Pressfield hits home the point of what it takes to become a pro. Loved reading it.Published 8 days ago by Vishanth Sundararajan Vasudevan
Pressfield's humor of his experience lightens our own tendency to take ourselves too seriously yet persevere to Pro. A MUST read along with The War of Art and Do The Work! Read morePublished 10 days ago by reader
Loved this book. Quick read or small nuggets over time is even better.Published 12 days ago by pbgirl
This book is ultimately about beauty, and if you read it you'll understand why. Perfect follow-up to The War of Art.Published 14 days ago by Lord Jeffrey of Starbucky
This book (and WAR OF ART) came at the perfect time to walk me out of Hollyweird and on to a deeper dream of novel-writing that I've been hesitant to pursue.Published 20 days ago by MICHAEL NOURSE
A bit disorganized and scattered, but the pithy chapters create a fun and inspiring mosaic.
Definitely recommended for writers and artists.
A complete waste of time and money. Mr. Pressfield has quite an ego. He spends 140 pages telling the reader to sit down and to their work. Thanks I learned that in grade school. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jessica
If you're a parent, much of what Pressfield writes won't help you tackle your biggest problem related to realizing your dream -- constant interruption by your children. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa Romo