Book Review: The Power of Creativity

Are you ready to build habits, face your fears and change your life? 
Because that’s the Power of Creativity. 
This book is for new writers, musicians, filmmakers, artists and anyone who has ever asked questions like “How can I become more creative?” or, “How can I get more ideas?” or “How can I focus on my thoughts and just let them flow?” 
If you’ve ever struggled with a problem or challenge in your personal or professional life and thought, “I can’t do this, I’m not creative enough”, this book will help you.

I was thrilled when Bryan Collins contacted me and asked me if I would like to read and review his new book.  Creativity is a trait that I am very interested in and I assumed that this book would inspire me to be more productive and focused with my creativity so that I could achieve more of my personal goals.

And while it's never safe to assume (you know what they say about assuming), I was right!

I would recommend this book to you if you enjoy reading about creativity, habit building, and want to increase your create output that you send out into the world.  Bryan uses his own experiences to help demonstrate his points and uses points that are helpful to just about everyone, not just writers.

I also appreciated the fact that Bryan used pop culture examples (like talking about Patti Smith and her journey from spoken word poet to musician) and quotes at the beginning of the chapters.  I found them incredibly interesting (I am a quote lover, after all) and also inspiring.

The tips in this book are realistic (like breaking down your goals into sizable pieces, so that you can work on them bit by bit, and don't quit your day job right after you start), while also being relatable. Bryan says that one of the hardest parts is starting, and I feel that way sometimes too.

If you're a creative soul looking for some motivation or some inspiration, check out this book! Not only is it helpful, but it's also a very fascinating read.

Take care,

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