The Path of Least Resistance: Learning to Become the Creative Force in Your Own Life

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Fawcett Columbine, 1989 - Self-Help - 285 pages
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A revolutionary program for creating anything, from a functional kitchen to a computer program, to a work of art, Robert Fritz demonstrates that any of us has the innate power to create. Discover the steps of creating; the importance of creating what you truly love, how to focus on the creative process to move from where you are to where you want to be, and much more.
 

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Contents

Introduetikm Part One Fundamental Principles
2
The Path of Least Resistance
3
Chapter 2 The ReactiveResponsive Orientation
14
Creating Is No Problem Problem Solving Is Not Creating
31
Creating
46
The Orientation of the Creative
56
Tension Seeks Resolution
76
Compensating Strategies
89
Part Two The Creative Process
154
The Creative Cycle
155
Germination and Choice
163
Primary Secondary and Fundamental Choice
177
Chapter 14 Assimilation
199
Momentum
212
Strategic Moments
227
Completion
243

Structural Tension
114
Vision
122
Current Reality
139
Signs of the Future Signs of the Times
261
The Power of Transcendence
275
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About the author (1989)

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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