Another book to add to my reading list. This was a timely post, as I recently came to the unsettling realization that I actually like structure and working things out in an almost mathematical way. This makes me wonder if I should re-evaluate my personality type in order to maximize my creativity.
You can find the rest of my posts on the subject of writing, under the category The Writing Process, found in the right hand column of my blog.
The new book on creativity and Myers-Briggs personality typing,Creative You: Using Your Personality Type to Thrive, has been out a little over a week, and I’ve already heard from some creatives who have found it of great value. I posted a review and summary of the book on its publication debut last week. Today I feature a Q & A with co-author David B. Goldstein, who offers his insights on how he came to write the book and why those interested in their own creative processes should read the book.
Q: A lot of people write and talk about the “creative process” as if it’s a singular path, but your book demonstrates there are multiple ways to be creative. What led you to explore the role of Myers-Briggs type in the creative process?
David: Yes Patrick, often people talk as if there is one creative process…
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