Creativity Coach Eric Maisel on Your Life in the Arts
In his new course Your Best Life in the Arts, creativity coach Eric Maisel, PhD promises to provide “real answers to the challenges that confront you” – whether you are “just beginning to write, paint or play an instrument” or have “logged in thousands of hours at your craft.”
These are excerpts from summaries of the first seven topics of the course, which is a live tele-conference (with downloads available), running for 14 Mondays starting October 3… with my added commentaries and resources, such as articles.
Week 7. The Passion Key
Passion—and synonyms like love, curiosity, enthusiasm, excitement and energy—is vital to the creative process. It is possible to create without passion but your art will suffer and the likelihood of you continuing over the long haul is greatly reduced…
This is another central issue for enjoying a creative and meaningful life.
Director Julie Taymor made a comment about her work: “Whatever it is, I have to really love it…When you approach it that way, you come at it with all your soul and intelligence.”
Photo: Emmy winner Kate Winslet. Her director for their film “The Holiday,” Nancy Meyers, commented, ”People do love her. The only other person I’ve ever seen love acting that much is Jack Nicholson.”
Continued in post [with video]: Eric Maisel on Your Life in the Arts
Eby, D. (2011). Creativity Coach Eric Maisel on Your Life in the Arts. Psych Central. Retrieved on May 25, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/creative-mind/2011/09/creativity-coach-eric-maisel-on-your-life-in-the-arts/