Steal Like an Artist: 5 Worth Stealing Lessons on Creativity

  1. Climb Your Own Family Tree: No matter what your field is, there must be one person who inspires you. The book suggests that study everything there is to know about that one person who inspires you, EVERYTHING. Then find three people that the thinker loved, and find out everything about them. Repeat this as many times as you can. Climb up the tree as far as you can go. Once you build your tree, it’s time to start your own branch. In simple words, when you know everything about those inspirational personalities, start with your own work because now you are one of them.
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Renuka Gavrani

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