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Creative Listening: Overcoming Fear in Life & Work 0th Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
share their insights in a natural, engaging way. The immediate content
of their writing is always interesting and accessible. The most
valuable part to me, though, is the knowledge they have that underlies
everything they write. That knowledge -- of how we can access the invisible resources that are available to us all and in us all as we interact with each other - reminds me to trust those resources and to be open to them. Whether we think of needing a way to overcome fear, as they describe, or we want to work through something we don't ourselves call fear (perhaps disappointment, impasse, grief, estrangement, inertia) or to be more creative, independent of conscious fears, that same wisdom applies -- and is a gift.
Just as Cheryl Cutler and Ran Huntsberry teach their dance/life classes in an organized yet outside-of-the-box, creative way, so this book also teaches lessons without feeling didactic.
The book is organized so that you can read it from beginning to end, or you can pick and choose which parts you feel like reading when you want to--like a "Choose your own Adventure" book. It seems symbolic to me that there is no "right way." Each individual reader is different, and the authors acknowledge that.
My favorite parts are the authors' autobiographical stories. Reading them felt like eavesdropping!
a distillation of wisdom, full of practical applications in everyday life,
this is a wonderful, compelling, provocative book.
Learning to listen -- to oneself, to other people, and to the environment --
is a key to success in work and in life.
Learning to listen allows us to overcome the fears
that block creativity and effective collaboration.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Creative Listening brings into reach and reason precepts and skills that create connections to all that surrounds us. Read morePublished on January 21, 2008 by Mary Zinn
A truly remarkable transference of insights from improvisational dance to the human dance in which we all are engaged. Read morePublished on January 21, 2008 by L. F. Dhority
A wonderful perspective on fear and its relationship to living freely. Ran and Chery's stories helped me become conscious of how a life of freedom is a life of creative... Read morePublished on January 20, 2008 by Roger J. Henderson
Cutler and Huntsberry have changed thousands of people's lives - including
mine - through their workshops. Read more