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ULTIMATE Big Magic Summary

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Big Magic SummaryCreative Living Beyond Fear

Literally, not even money can give you fearlessness, and security.

Not worrying about your current financial situation may be your biggest strength.

We briefly give our thoughts on sharing the magic.

Who Should Read “Big Magic”? And Why?

In times where everything seems superficial, Elizabeth turns on to the other side, trying to spark something in you.

Big magic” is a life-altering, informative book, that is appropriate for various profiles of people.

About Elizabeth Gilbert

Elizabeth GilbertElizabeth Gilbert is a celebrated author of the internationally best-selling book Eat Pray Love, which is translated into more than 30 languages.

The Time Magazine named her as one of the 100 most influential people globally.

“Big Magic Summary”

There are hardly any words suitable for explaining the meaning of creativity. Thinking about being creative and innovative is not practical either. It’s best if you understand what is keeping you from getting mileage out of your hidden craft.

As you may have assumed – that’s fear, losing courage is a common momentum. Perhaps, finding the inspiration to continue and do your stuff with excitement is harder for adults. As a person grows older, it ignores the power of curiosity. It seems like, we’ve lost our childhood innocence and completely forgot about dreaming.

Don’t destroy your artistry by being too rational, allow mysterious forces to enter your life.

With an intro like that, we’ve got you all tingled with excitement and ready to absorb the big magic of creativity.

The collective mindset of millions of people worldwide is continuously endangering the creative nature of one’s self. Growing up in an environment, which consistently promotes the absolute, “life or death” necessity for formal education, is gradually destroying happiness.

Once you are all done with your degrees, next in line is finding a suitable job that matches your skills. At this journey, the creative part is neglected and abandoned. Who says that this is a one-way ticket to professional delight and fulfillment?

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