Life isn t about finding fulfillment and success it s about creating it Why then has creativity been given a back seat in our culture No longer A Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and Publishers Weekly Best Seller Creativity is a force inside every person that, when unleashed, transforms our lives and delivers vitality to everything we do Establishing a creative practice is therefore our most valuable and urgent task as important to our well being as exercise or nutrition The good news Renowned artist, author, and CreativeLive founder, Chase Jarvis, reminds us that creativity isn t a skill it s a habit available to everyone beginners and lifelong creators, entrepreneurs to executives, astronauts to zookeepers, and everyone in between Through small, daily actions we can supercharge our innate creativity and rediscover our personal power in life Whether your ambition is a creative career, completing a creative project, or simply cultivating a creative mindset, Creative Calling will unlock your potential via Jarvis s memorable IDEA system Imagine your big dream, whatever you want to create or become in this world Design a daily practice that supports that dream and a life of expression and transformation Execute on your ambitious plans and make your vision real Amplify your impact through a supportive community you ll learn to grow and nurture

8 thoughts on “Creative Calling: Establish a Daily Practice, Infuse Your World with Meaning, and Succeed in Work + Life (Audio Download): Chase Jarvis, Chase Jarvis, HarperAudio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. DRW DRW says:

    Made it a quarter of the way into the book and so far I m impressed Chase always appeared to be straight up in what he wanted to get done and the book certainly explains why he is the way he is In doing so, he helps get the message across of the mistakes and accomplishments he s made along the way got him to the place he is now, and that there s nothing stopping you from doing much the same thing.The only thing I found annoying is the slipcover covers just half the book and it s difficult to read with the slipcover on Strange design choice.Recommended

  2. Tommy Tommy says:

    Chase first inspired my journey into photography through his YouTube videos and his transparent, inclusive energy for the learner to learn from the journey he and his team was also undertaking.You only have to google Chase Jarvis to know he s a voice that should be heard, so when this book was on its way I was stoked to finally get into it I self taught for years and even worked as a photographer before I found myself crawling and screaming my way through traditional commercial photography degree in hope of finding an inspiring tutor to guide mehaha all I found was I a highly demotivating academic institution led by institutionalized humans who didn t or couldn t.I was stoked to be able to use Chase and many of his exploits, such as The Best Camera App and Creative Live to inform my dissertation question Work to learn or Learn to Work Without diving too deep as a creative commercial, travel, and humanitarian photographer I see so much of my journey within snippets of Chase s life and the pages of this, his ultimate guide to discovering and believing in your creative calling Just reading the anxieties, the struggles, the highs, lows, and hustles gave me greater strength to continue believing in the decisions I have made at each stage of my continuing adventure.If you have a creative bone in your body, or you want to put one there Buy the Book.Thanks, Chase Tommy_Hatwell

  3. Anthony Anthony says:

    There are some good points in the book, and it is an easy read If you have read the Element by Ken Robinson, you will realise that this is that book rewritten Which is no bad thing Although, the original is better.The quality of the pages are extremely poor, and feel awful The cover and binding is low.

  4. JonathanT JonathanT says:

    Everybody is creative Everybody needs to read this.Chase shares from the heart his wish that we all fulfill our creative potential, whatever that is.It s creativity with a big C Some of the very best advice taken from his life of ups and downs, successes and failures.One of the most genuinely helpful and heartfelt books I ve read.The world has changed and continues to, only our best selves can enjoy it to the full and thrive because of it Work hard on you, for you This book will most definitely help you do that and scratch that creative itch we all share.

  5. Mihai Mihalache Mihai Mihalache says:

    This is a great book that can give you some guidance for who wants to create a daily practice and be inspired in order to pursue their creative calling.As Chase says in his book, everyone is born a creator and it can t be true.Read it with an open mind, read it as you would read a letter from an old friend you haven t talked to in years.It is all up to you if this book will make a difference or not.You are the creator.

  6. Henry Henry says:

    This book is pure love and emotion for the creative soul.Chase has an amazing ability to talk as if you were having a one to one conversation.The true to life stories in the book hit home and the references are inspiring and highly motivating.I m so happy I have this book as it s reignited my creative passion and I strongly recommend this Creative Calling is a beautiful message to all creators.Love Love Love Good Vibes Henry

  7. Russell Harding Russell Harding says:

    Probably one of the best books I ve read, very engaging from start to finish No repetitiveness or self appreciation, no references to his own products and services which is really annoying just great, motivational story telling and really rings true with all the deep descriptions of why most people don t fulfil their potential My only very small criticism is the last section on building an audience could have had a bit detail but I m being very fussy with this Highly recommended.

  8. Andy S. Andy S. says:

    I have been following Chase Jarvis for years, right from the the best camera is the one you have with you days and still listen to his weekly podcasts etc.This book s aim is to try and remove anything that is blocking you be creative, regardless of whether you happen to be in a creative industry or not Chase uses his years of experience both positive and negative to bring the book to life Some of it is of course common sense but Chase puts his ideas across in a way that is engaging but importantly actionable I finished the book in one sitting in a hotel one night but have gone back to it numerous times since and will continue to do so.