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5 Books on Creativity That Changed The Way I Think

Episode 195: Transformative reads for a more creative mind.

Posted in: Seamwork Radio Podcast • June 10, 2024 • Episode 195

Humans are meant to be creative. It’s a defining characteristic as human beings, if you think about it. We got to where we are through our ability to problem-solve, to make unexpected connections, to try brand new things, to see how things work. And because we evolved to do that, I think we're happiest when we do it.

But there's a lot that gets in the way of that, especially in our modern lives, which can become very routinized and overwhelming.

In this episode, Sarai shares five books that will help you think differently about creativity and hopefully motivate you to make more time for it in your life.

Below are all the books she mentions in the episode, followed by a full podcast transcript.

5 Books on Creativity That Will Change The Way You Think

Steal Like an Artist, by Austin Kleon

The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron

Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, by Betty Edwards

Make Time for Creativity, by Brandon Stosuy

Do Interesting. Notice. Collect. Share., by Russell Davies

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