(Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit


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  • Creativity
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  • 11 March 2020
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Creativity Read & Download ´ 109 E was from an early age a voracious learner who taught himself cultivating the attitudes resources and techniues to tackle even seemingly impossible feats His outlaw sensibility spawned a uniue approach to the creative process an approach he shares with characteristic enthusiasm irreverence and originality in Creativity The Perfect Crime             Making the reader his accomplice Petit reveals new and unconventional ways of going about. What The HellMy mother is usually pretty kind to authors She knows that writing is difficult and loves reading anything and everything When she tried to explain how terrible this book was I didn t believe her Now I do I give you select ACTUAL uotes that somehow escaped the editor s noticeBe the Artist In Residence The AIR of the Cathedral of your DreamsHaha Look I made a pun that doesn t make sense Just as Picasso mixed paint so I ruthlessly mix metaphors And then just like Napoleon on the battlefield I mangle themI don t mean Get your act together I mean get your act togetherI don t mean I am insufferably pretentious I mean I m pretty sure I just scammed a publishing house for however much it costs to print this bookIf intuition is the left hand of creativity improvisation is the rightBut I can t see either because I haven t looked up from my navel in 124 pagesHow do we observe others The eyes the eyesyes the eyes of course the eyesWHAT I m sorry I m confused Do you mean to say these spherical things in my head are good at observing things Who knew I ve been using them for pickup basketball games Also how many times do you need to say the eyes to get your kindergarten level point acrossLet s liketry things totally I m saying hello to some of my teenage readersNo you re not You re getting paid by the word count and so stuffed useless filler words into an otherwise meaningless sentenceI see the page on the right It is blank in two pages If I turn back the page and this time look the page will still be blankAll hail the re incarnation of Plato No but seriously Is there any chance this guy s joking Like this is some underground comedy book I guess notAnd what about you How do you respond to the blank page How does the blank page respond to you ARE YOU THE PAGENo Petit but that might because I haven t just taken mountains of acidWhy don t you eavesdrop on me as I interview myselfBecause I now know with 100% certainty that none of your voices have anything interesting to sayOpen your eyes You re back And I can safely ask if you have any memory of our visit because your answer will be What visit But what are those purple slippers doing on your feet Never mind Fresh air welcomes usOh boy PhilippeThat may be the least connected set of clauses I ve ever seen Can I recommend writing your next book using a random word generator It ll make a lot senseLook Phil I m sure you were a great tight rope walker But this book is a train wreck of self absorption and pseudo intellectual drivel 1 star because terrible almost gave it 5 because few books have made me laugh this hard

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Creativity Read & Download ´ 109 In the vein of The Creative Habit and The Artist’s Way a new manifesto on the creative process from a master of the impossible   Since well before his epic 1974 walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center Philippe Petit had become an artist who answered first and foremost to the demands of his craft not only on the high wire but also as a magician street juggler visual artist builder and writer A born rebel like many creative people h. In Creativity The Perfect Crime Philippe invites the reader into his mind and attempts to dissect his creative processFor this to make any sense you have to let go of reality as you know it and step into his pipe dream vision of the world Sometimes I was able to do this and followed his twisting train of thought but other times I couldn t So if you pick this one up prepare yourself It s not for everyoneI marked a couple of his ideas that resonated with me If you are an artist you want to create a giant wall around yourself and inside that wall to follow your honesty and your intuition What the audience will see is a man or woman who is a prisoner of his or her passion and that is the most inspiring performance in the world pg 16 To be a prisoner of passion I ve never heard an artist described that way before Another theory of mine turning in circles and getting lost is important You find yourself when you get lost pg 28 I embrace that theory as well Go to school if you want to learn Go to life if you want to feel pg 85 Loved thatAlways look on the bright side of life Use your creative paranoia to be on the lookout for negativity observe with a positive spirit What a beautiful disaster uttered the French architect Le Corbusier when he visited Manhattan for the first time pg 100We are all creators painting our lives in wide strokes around us even those of us who can t draw a stick figure or walk on a rope between skyscrapers Even if you are not a performer even if you don t have an act do not think that you have nothing to rehearse The art of living makes a performing artist out of you pg 122 In pages 20 to 26 Philippe essentially describes his brainstorming process as a paper version of Pinterest my comparison not his He takes all of these words and pictures and files them according to some associations that his mind makes then reassembles the results into art somehowRead these pages if you want to explore how difficult it is for a creative type to write down his process in a manner that makes sense to anyone other than him or herself It s interesting but baffling What a beautiful disaster indeedSomething to keep in mind when life s anxieties and impossibilities assail you Look in the mirror of fear and focus beyond it What appears in the background is your path awaiting pg 149 Creativity The Perfect Crime is one of a kind but if you liked it I d recommend reading PostSecret Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives by Frank Warren Hundreds of people decorate plain postcards with a secret that they ve never revealed to another person It shows the heights and depths of creativity and artistic catharsis or How to Fly a Horse The Secret History of Creation Invention and Discovery by Kevin Ashton A logical than emotional book about the creative process how it works and how everybody can create

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Creativity Read & Download ´ 109 The artistic endeavor from generating and shaping ideas to practicing and problem solving to pulling off the coup” itself executing a finished work The strategies and insights he shares will resonate with performers of every stripe actors musicians dancers and practitioners of the non performing arts painters writers sculptors and also with ordinary mortals in search of fresh ways of tackling the challenges and possibilities of everyday existenc. Absolute rubbish The author is an arrogant name dropping self infatuated attention seeking narcissist


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    (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit In Creativity The Perfect Crime Philippe invites the reader into his mind and attempts to dissect his creative processFor this to make any sense you have to let go of reality as you know it and step into his pipe dream vision of the world Sometimes I was able to do this and followed his twisting train of thought

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    (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit Philippe Petit È 9 Read & Download Oh dear This was uite a disastrous stack of papers — I hesitate even to call it a ‘book’ because it read like it was put together from scraps of paper pulled from the drawer of a deranged narcissistic child Every line in this book was either a shocking display of almost inhuman arrogance on the author’

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    (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit This is a truly dreadful book It has nothing to do with creativity and everything to do with the ridiculous ego of the so called author I say so called because the writing is horrific disjointed thoughts unfinished sentences

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    (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit Read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Philippe Petit Free read Creativity Is Philippe Petit really a mere mortal? I wonder After watching Man On A Wire last year I became an instant fan In Creativity Philippe ponders many things and gives out great advice to the reader The greatest factor of his new book is his energy It will infect you and you will become his partner in crimeThis is a book to savor and ponder and

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    (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit This is a book that seems based on a version of me if things had gone slightly differently One thing I've realized is that much of the mind differ between person and person The motivations and attitudes toward life and creativity differ in each of us Creative the perfect crime certainly isn't a manifesto for al

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    Free read Creativity Philippe Petit È 9 Read & Download (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit It is probably just me but it took everything I had to force myself to keep reading this book to the end Petit writes in his forewo

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    Philippe Petit È 9 Read & Download Read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Philippe Petit (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit Audacious is the word for this book It is such a different approach I love the drawings he uses to illustrate his ideas I love the way he embraces contradictions He has such a distinctive writing style It was a pleasure to read

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    Free read Creativity (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit Absolute rubbish The author is an arrogant name dropping self infatuated attention seeking narcissist

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    Free read Creativity (Creativity) [PDF DOWNLOAD] Õ Philippe Petit Read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Philippe Petit It could be that I misunderstood what I should get out of this book The author Philippe Petit is the man who walked on a tight rope across the two towers in New York years ago as well as many other feats of daring He is a man of many talents not all legal ones hence the title The author writes about his methods t

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