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The Artist's Way at Work: Riding the Dragon Paperback – May 19, 1999
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This book is strongly geared toward the working world. As with the Artist's way book morning pages and time-outs are necessary to help you work through these and other issues. In addition this book is arranged in a similar weekly sequence with excercises and a weekly check in.
PUTS THE PEOPLE YOU WORK WITH IN PERSPECTIVE:
This book unlike the Artist's way, deals with personal interaction not just personal creativity. Let's face it we all work with people and how we relate to them does influence our ability to get the job done.
As the Artist's way does, it also recognizes there are certain people (crazy makers) that complicate our lives, there are also personality types and roles we all play in any interaction. This book gives great tips on how to recognize these and work with them.
IDENTIFIES WHAT MIGHT BE SLOWING YOU DOWN AT WORK:
Similarly, with working with people, we have priorities to adjust and readjust. If we are stuck in a point in our career, maybe these need adjusting. This book if you objectively do the exercises helps us understand where some or road blocks might be.
Sometimes we are the road block.
IN GENERAL LIKE THE ARTIST'S WAY, THIS BOOK LEADS YOU TO EXAMINE YOUR LIFE
For the most part the Artist's way presses the reader to examine what they want out of life and how they can get there.Read more ›
Still little by little got more and more unblocked. Amazing, that.
Got this one from the library just to see how different this one would be from the original Artists Way.
I figured i have reshaped and moulded my job into something i really like, yet wondered if i could transition into something else eventually. I am only at the end of week two a month later, so had to buy the book to continue at my own pace, and am doing the tools by transferring them over to several big issues that i've had for awhile. Amazing what comes up when treating an issue like a person etc. Had some startling insights that integrated parts of me that i never even saw in NLP class! woohoo. I can just imagine by week ten it'll be "stand back boys... varrooooooom!!".. yes, amazing..have i mentioned amazing? nothing like me getting reintroduced to me!
"Artist's Way at Work" is a great complimentary read, and I suggest you also take a look at "Finding the Element" by Sir Ken Robinson (if you want to learn more about finding your passions), or "The Success Principles" by Jack Canfield (if you feel lack of control).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book served its purpose (in my MBA leadership course) and was less than other online sites.Published 2 months ago by Denaboi74
Almost impossible to use as material keeps disappearing between page turns, and the lists just look terrible in Kindle form. Buy the paper copy instead!Published 10 months ago by Heather Zins
This is being used as a textbook in my masters class. Although it has very good content and information that I find useful I find myself totally frustrated by the lack of page... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eric V.
Condescending. Useless. Poorly written. Anecdotes are fake as hell. Don't waste your time on this book.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am enjoying it. Tape two has a stop in it but then I restart. Annoying. But the content is very good.Published 18 months ago by Catherine White
Not a terribly creative book and I was somewhat disappointed.Published 19 months ago by Lynn Carpenter