Michael Atavar is an artist and a consultant with a practice that mixes creativity, business, art and psychology. Michael Atavar is an artist and consultant with a practice that mixes creativity, business, art and psychology. He currently works with individuals and businesses. How to be an Artist by Michael Atavar, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Annika rated it liked it Oct 01, Michael Atavar is Artist and Creative Consultant. My work in businesses and organizations is collaborative and many of the exercises in the book are directed at a collective experience.
Working with Michael is always an amazing and incredibly productive experience. You might be someone running a team in a creative agency; you might be experiencing a creative block; you might artkst to get your employees to collaborate more effectively; you might need to restructure your company; you might want to develop your own creative leadership skills.
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Michael Atavar on “12 rules of creativity” and losing the ego
Using this small, sympathetic device we can tune into the phenomena of the world, turning the dial through the spectrum in order to find inspiration. Control your personal Cookie Services here.
Follow the energy, follow the road, follow the words — let the sentences take you with them. The second, on the other hand, means just micahel it says:. I believe that creativity is a process.
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After working with many leading creativity tutors as the Head of Programmes for The School of Life there is no doubt in my mind that Michael Atavar’s abilities to elicit deep and sustained creative thought in others is world-class.
Emmalwallace rated it it was amazing Jul 05, Daniel Samson rated it really liked it Aug 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources, so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. We are the output. He says, for instance, “Not knowing is actually a plus.
Michael Atavar for Psopo Bubble Website: Paige Mckiernan rated it it was amazing May 20, There is a to and fro — the group dynamic, and the solo event. There is a lot of material generated in my work — yet much of what I write is abandoned in a process of simplification, reduction.
In the set, the orange cards are used for sparking ideas, whilst the other deck, the grey cards, are designed for building on those initial concepts.
Apr 05, Kanaida rated it liked it Shelves: Rationality is important — data is useful, especially in business, but my book takes a different approach and explores the irrational as a source of ideas. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Mariana Villas-Boas rated it liked it Apr 22, I guide you through the basic principles of the creative process — how to begin, developing an original voice and working with creative blocks. And what is the real magic?
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Create your library of knowledge. If you want to go beyond routine, the unconscious presents a territory where you can find new ideas. He currently works with individuals and businesses, helping to solve professional problems, using creativity as a key.
Upgrade your future Gerald Lynch. I make a lot of notes and often I find that this first, unformed response, without the ego intruding, is arrtist valuable. The results of my creative approach might be innovation, better listening skills, team building, increased productivity or new ways of thinking.
The Best Books of That is to say, try and get some random answers to your dilemmas, and see where they take you.