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"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
- Albert Einstein

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

For those of you new to The Artist's Way at Work, here are the basics:
The groundbreaking book The Artist's Way has helped more than a million people access their creativity and realize their dreams. We are most proud of this success because it has been achieved over many years completely by word of mouth. Starting in the art communities of Chicago, New York and Los Angeles and quickly spreading to Europe, The Artist's Way is a spiritual path to higher creativity. The Artist's Way at Work: Riding the Dragon is a comprehensive 12 week program to discover your creativity in the work place.

The Artist's Way at Work: Riding the Dragon is a process that is built to help you produce a body of work over time, find the joy that may be gone from your life or your art, and to separate what is important in your life from what is either behavior that is outdated or incongruent with your own highest interest--and oh yes, it is supposed to be fun. At least part of the time.

Stop telling yourself it is too late; you are too old; you don't have the money; you are too scared, etc etc... These simple tools are meant to be experienced not talked about so--here we go, get out a sheet a paper and quickly list the anger you have about creativity in general or yours specifically... anything counts--whatever comes to mind is fine. Now list the fears you have about being more creative--most of us are a lot more afraid that a process like this one WILL work, than that it won't. Now list the hopes you have for a course on creativity--what do you wish you could learn here?? It doesn't have to be "realistic" in fact it probably shouldn't be for now. Finally, what questions do you have about the course or creativity in general? Write them all down, nothing is too petty, stupid, etc... The only stupid questions are those we forget to ask.

Read on if you would like to learn more about the history of The Artist's Way at Work.


"Reminding one another of the dream that each of us aspires to may be enough for us to set each other free."
- Antoine De Saint-Exupery
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