SELF-HELP AND ART TIPS
“Creative Success Now: How Creatives Can Thrive in the 21st Century”
By Astrid Baumgardner
Creativity is a highly valued skill nowadays, that drives a significant portion of the global social and economic system (sounds strange, isn’t it? But that’s true!). As every other skill, it does not depend on random moments of genius and inspiration, but instead on hard work and a lot of practice, time and dedication. Creatives are mostly guided by a sense of purpose and meaning, which are different for each one of them.
This book comes up with the super useful “Creative Success Now” methodology, which is divided in three fundamental pillars: mindset, authenticity set, and skills.
This methodology offered by Astrid Baumgarden has the aim to empower you to pursue the creative life, both for your personal career journey, and also because the world needs your ideas! This book will help you to solve the many challenges you’ll encounter as a creative person, so that you can live as a successful creative in the twenty-first century.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
“Astrid Baumgardner loves helping creative people to be successful!”
A lawyer, career coach and author of the book “Creative Success Now”, she teaches creativity and career entrepreneurship at Yale University’s School of Music. She is also a coach and leads trainings for musicians and arts leaders at leading conservatories, festivals and leadership programs including The Juilliard School, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the Sō Percussion Summer Institute, OPERA America and Ensemble Connect, the teaching artist academy at Carnegie Hall. An amateur pianist and lover of the arts, Ms. Baumgardner lives in New York City where she enjoys the diverse cultures and the lively performing arts scene.
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