BookReview: The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles
by Steven Pressfield, Warner Books, 4/1/2003, 978-0446691437
Pressfield tells us how to break through Resistance to win the battle of creativity. It's a nice short book. Many of the ideas ring true for me, and my battle against perfectionism.
Via Rob 5/27/2007
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