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Path of Least Resistance: Learning to Become the Creative Force in Your Own Life (Anglais) Broché – 22 avril 1989

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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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Quand un livre écrit en 1989 est encore publié aujourd'hui, c'est qu'il en vaut la peine. L'ouvrage du compositeur et réalisateur R. Fritz n'échappe pas à la règle, il mérite le détour.

"The path of least resistance" explique le processus de création, thème à la mode aujourd'hui, notamment dans le domaine de la résolution de problèmes. Pourtant, on ne trouve dans ce livre aucune méthode de génération d'idées, ou d'association libre, ou de tout ce qu'on peut trouver d'ordinaire dans les ouvrages sur la créativité. On ne lit pas son livre en étant étonné à chaque page, et il ne faut d'ailleurs pas s'attendre à des révélations, son approche est bien plus prosaïque. Mais pour quiconque a eu l'occasion de créer quelque chose de neuf (et ce fut mon cas quelques fois) les propos de R. Fritz sonnent justes. Le fait que Fritz soit lui-même compositeur et qu'il s'interroge sur la création en musique apporte un plus par rapport à d'autres livres. Bien sur, il ne fait pas le tour de la question et on lira avec bonheur d'autres auteurs, mais je dirais que le travail de Fritz est fondamentalement sain et que ses idées simples sont fécondes.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A fascinating introduction - but not a guidebook 28 janvier 2013
Par Grace Judson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This slim book offers powerful insights for those who have contemplated or struggled with questions of so-called "self sabotage" and the other ways that we tend to undercut our ability to succeed.

In reading it, I had the feeling I already knew much of what he said, but the clarity and directness with which he explains his principles was *huge* in helping me understand my own process for creating - and further than that, what has happened (i.e., gone awry!) in my business and my life.

If you've ever had ideas and desires that you haven't quite been able to bring to fruition, read this book; it will almost certainly help clarify what's been going on and what you might need to do differently.

However, it's important to note that although Fritz's book is subtitled "learning to become the creative force in your own life," this isn't quite accurate. This book is a wonderful introduction to Fritz's work - which has spanned decades and is a mature process - but it's not a how-to by any means.

For that, you'll want to read his third book, "Your Life as Art."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm loving the new perspective… 5 février 2014
Par Songbird - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am enjoying the new perspective I'm gaining from reading this book. Learning the creative process, vs the reactive process, is an eye-opener. As I read this, I'm aware of parallels with the Law of Attraction teachings… of knowing what you want and concentrating one that.

Whereas our typical "problem-solver" process (the one we're taught from childhood & that follows us into the work world)… this reactive process is focusing on what we don't want… thus we end up creating more of that... problems are forever finding us and we become eager to solve them… again & again…

The creative process is more in alignment with the Law of Attraction teachings and a supportive way of thinking and viewing the world.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A book that actually makes a difference in your life 24 février 2008
Par Wendy B. Hanawalt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I participated in Robert Fritz' DMA course way back when. It was the only so-called "transformational" course which not only resulted in clear and very specific accomplished goals, but which also explained how and why those goals were achieved. The years had faded my memory of the theory and techniques, although they had not faded the shock I felt when, after two weeks' work (about 20 minutes a day), the very specific event I was focused on was accomplished. So I bought this book as a refresher.

Fritz does not disappoint. He explains, with great clarity, why we experience life as a series of "one step forward, one or two steps back," what's wrong with the way we view life that makes that happen, and steps to creating a new way of living your life. It's all deceptively simple, but often the simplest ideas are the most profound.

The book suffers from a writing style that's dry as dirt. It sometimes interfered with my ability to really grasp the material. That said, it's also very easy to understand and avoids the goofy jargon of most self-help or "transformational" books.

Overall, it's a really valuable book for anyone who would like to learn how to "create" your life, as opposed to suffering through it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 How to choose what in life 9 novembre 2010
Par J. Ploegmakers - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is probably one of the most asked questions by modern people who have more options than time to follow them all. There simply isn't enough time to do everything.

On this subject I recently read a book which I think gives a very clear approach on how to find an answer to this big question.

This book first describes the fundamentals on creativity and how they affect your everyday live. A lot of different definitions go around, and allmost everybody seems to have their own interpretation on what creativity actually is.

Robert Frits provides a very clear and distinctive definition on what creativity is, and what it is not.
After that he comes up with the `tension seeks resolution' model which explains why it is so difficult to `stick to the plan' when you want to change something in your life. Most of the time you are trying to actively chang your every day behaviour, after some time a lot of people seem to fall back to their old behaviour.

This model is then used as a basis for the `creative process' that can be used for making lasting changes to your life in a way that it makes you feel happy and energetic.

The book is very well written and has a good information density. While reading this book you will experience a lot of aha-moments, and the urge to try to do what he actually writes.

After reading the book I felt a lot of positive energy to boldly go where I have never gone before...
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Things I liked about this book 27 novembre 2013
Par J. Palmer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It has been a useful and inspiring book. I found the content refreshing and uplifting. I am eager to apply the ideas that it talks about within my own life. I found much of what it says to already be understood by me, but the orientation of it all was in a way I had not understood before. Fundamentally, the process of creating must be about the Joy of creating. It seems silly sometimes when we don't feel any cause for joy, but joy is the subject. Also I enjoyed the parallels to Buckminster Fuller's geometrical ways of thinking. The main point being the undefined-ness of creating. When regardless of the circumstance when generating the 'Structural Tension' seeing how it will resolve. Even though we have goals or specifics it's that undefined motion that I am always thinking about.
...I wonder if this will make sense to anyone.
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