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Fawcett Columbine, 1991 - Self-Help - 305 pages
Creating is a skill that can be learned and mastered. People from all walks of life, and from all backgrounds, can learn to create, in the same way that they can learn to drive a car, swim, or use a computer. As a skill, creating can be used in many realms. When used in music or painting, the results are artistic. When used in technology, the results are inventions. When used in business, the results are production. When creating is used to build a relationship between two people, the results are often deep bonding and a natural expression of love. When creating is used to build your life, the results are often tremendous involvement, vitality, adventure, and expansion. Robert Fritz has discovered many principles that can help you learn and develop your creative process - principles that can encompass the many facets of your life. Through working with these, you will begin to see how your life itself can be the subject of the creative process.

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It becomes hard to believe as you read this that no-one has ever written it before !!!
In my opinion it should be a part of education, the information that enables you to understand your choice
process and lifebuilding intentions, how and why these may go astray, and what to do to get back on track...and so much more! 


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Robert Fritz has for more than twenty years been developing the field of structural dynamics through his work, first in the area of the creative process, and then in the area of organizational, business, and management issues. At least eighty thousand people throughout the world have participated in courses Fritz has created. He is the author of several books, including the bestseller "The Path of Least Resistance." As a consultant, Fritz has helped numerous organizations put the structural approach into practice, and his clients include Fortune 500 companies, many midsize firms, as well as governmental and nonprofit organizations. Fritz is also a composer and a filmmaker. He lives in Newfane, Vermont.

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