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The Practice: Shipping Creative Work
Title The Practice: Shipping Creative Work
Author
Publisher Portfolio
Release DateNovember 3, 2020
Category Biographies & Memoirs
Total Pages 272 pages
ISBN 978-0593328972
Book Rating 5 out of 5 from 12 reviews
Language EN, ES, BE, DA ,DE , NL and FR
Book Review & Summary:

From the bestselling author of Linchpin, Tribes, and The Dip comes an elegant little book that will inspire artists, writers, and entrepreneurs to stretch and commit to putting their best work out into the world. Creative work doesn't come with a guarantee. But there is a pattern to who succeeds and who doesn't. And engaging in the consistent practice of its pursuit is the best way forward. Based on the breakthrough Akimbo workshop pioneered by legendary author Seth Godin, The Practice will help you get unstuck and find the courage to make and share creative work. Godin insists that writer's block is a myth, that consistency is far more important than authenticity, and that experiencing the imposter syndrome is a sign that you're a well-adjusted human. Most of all, he shows you what it takes to turn your passion from a private distraction to a productive contribution, the one you've been seeking to share all along. With this book as your guide, you'll learn to dance with your fear. To take the risks worth taking. And to embrace the empathy required to make work that contributes with authenticity and joy.

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Total Pages 200
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Total Pages 280
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Author Bernard Gelfand
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Release Date 1988
Category Social Science
Total Pages 242
ISBN 086656649X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Here is the first text that links creative thinking processes with problem-solving processes for the profession of social work. The complexity of human problems and our frequent resistantance to change leaves many of us with inhibitions toward the difficult problem solving process. Author Bernard Gelfand, a student and teacher of creative problem solving for nearly a decade, provides exciting and convincing evidence that his five-step Creative Problem Solving Model can help human service professionals think creatively about the social problems of clients and enhance their methods of service delivery. Gelfand explains the key steps to the Creative Problem Solving Model--fact finding, problem finding, strategy and idea finding, solution finding, and acceptance finding. In addition to the valuable guidelines for creative thinking, The Creative Practitioner is jampacked with easily applicable strategies for incorporating creative thinking into student learning about the problem-solving process and exercises to assist students and practitioners in overcoming their obstacles to creativity. By teaching students to expect that there are many ways to solve a problems encourages them to approach their clients with a positive attitude. This unique new text offers exercises in all the skills of problem solving--defining problems, producing ideas, deciding upon the most preferred solutions, planning for their implementation, and evaluating their impact. Students, educators, and practitioners will quickly discover the value of this useful text.

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