Creativity for Life: Practical Advice on the Artist's by Eric Maisel

By Eric Maisel

As a therapist and creativity trainer, Eric Maisel has labored with hundreds of thousands of inventive humans. He is aware firsthand the struggles that writers, musicians, artists, dancers, and actors face and has helped them locate stability of their lives whereas pursuing their works of art. His new publication provides a accomplished method of the much-misunderstood lifetime of the artist. Creativity for all times deals sensible principles in addition to routines and proposal to nurture progress as an artist and as somebody, exploring such topics as: setting up your creativity perform, obscurity and stardom, blocks, the artist's character, moods and insanity, artists in love, craft, the rewards and perils of isolation, and social interactions and neighborhood.

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Chapter 1. HPM, SBR, meet EDR For those of you who have a passing familiarity with any of my books, one of my favorite topics to cover is HPM, and more recently, SBR. What are these strange acronyms? Put simply, they are six distinct types of responses you can use for practically any topic that arises in a conversation. HPM and SBR are quite helpful because if you are stumped or you can see an awkward silence creeping around the corner, you can essentially use HPM and SBR as ice breaking cue cards to find topics to talk about, and ways to respond to people.

It’s just that we are lazy conversationalists that don’t realize the broad scope of what’s available for us to talk about. Here’s a quick review on SBR, which you’ll find is similar but probably easier to use quickly on your feet than HPM. It’s external, which means everything that you need to continue any conversational topic is right there in front of you. You’ll see what I mean. SBR SBR stands for Specific, Broad, and Related. To any statement or question directed to you, you can reply with one of these types of statements.

It doesn't matter what you feel, what your emotions are. It doesn't matter what your experiences were, whether you were traumatized or not. It has nothing to do with that. This is just a purely intellectual challenge to try to rapidly fill out a list of what "cats" as a concept can be tied to. For most people, when the word "cats" is mentioned, they think of kittens, cuddles, sand boxes, cheetahs, lions, fish, sushi, fur, dogs, allergies, the musical, etc. Keep in mind that there is no right or wrong answer here.

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