Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative
Steal Like An Artist is a rather thin book because it is only 127 pages thick and it took me 3 days to finish reading it. The book is currently not available in Vietnamese, so I read the English version. However, the surprising thing is that it is not too difficult to read as you think, the words used in the book give readers a feeling of closeness and it seems that we can easily guess the meaning of the whole sentence without needing. look up too much dictionary.
The book’s contents are about 10 basic things to increase your creativity. Or it can be said that the book is the “source” that carefully explains the question “Where do the ideas come from” – whether it comes from Mars, Venus or from a speck of dust flying in the air.
In each section, the author will explain more deeply and give specific examples for the reader to understand why he placed the title like that. Out of the 10, I like the number 1, the number 2 and the number 4 the most. The reason is because, in the number 1, we are going to figure out where the idea is coming from, and the steps to create the idea. Thanks to the witty sentences, when reading will create a very comfortable mind for you to understand what inspire is, not “plagiarism”.