A Ilusão de Ícaro: Exemplos na Vida e No Trabalho de Pessoas Que Ousaram Voar Mais Alto #2020

A Ilusão de Ícaro: Exemplos na Vida e No Trabalho de Pessoas Que Ousaram Voar Mais Alto Seth Godin A Ilus o de caro Exemplos na Vida e No Trabalho de Pessoas Que Ousaram Voar Mais Alto As regras antigas dizem coisas como escolha o caminho seguro fique em sua zona de conforto procure um emprego um cargo p blico escolha um conjunto de regras e as siga n o voe perto do sol A nova

  • Title: A Ilusão de Ícaro: Exemplos na Vida e No Trabalho de Pessoas Que Ousaram Voar Mais Alto
  • Author: Seth Godin
  • ISBN: 9788535272451
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Ilusão de Ícaro: Exemplos na Vida e No Trabalho de Pessoas Que Ousaram Voar Mais Alto Seth Godin As regras antigas dizem coisas como, escolha o caminho seguro, fique em sua zona de conforto, procure um emprego, um cargo p blico, escolha um conjunto de regras e as siga, n o voe perto do sol.A nova regra antes arrependido do que seguro Voc precisa voar mais alto do que nunca Neste livro, Seth Godin mostra como vencer em uma economia que recompensa a arte, n o a coAs regras antigas dizem coisas como, escolha o caminho seguro, fique em sua zona de conforto, procure um emprego, um cargo p blico, escolha um conjunto de regras e as siga, n o voe perto do sol.A nova regra antes arrependido do que seguro Voc precisa voar mais alto do que nunca Neste livro, Seth Godin mostra como vencer em uma economia que recompensa a arte, n o a conformidade O autor explica porque as verdadeiras inova es s o focadas em confian a, proemin ncia e lideran a O autor desenvolve um conceito que explica porque devemos tratar nosso trabalho como arte Segundo o autor, arte n o um gene ou talento espec fico, uma atitude dispon vel a todos que tenham uma vis o que os demais n o t m e coragem para fazer algo a respeito Steve Jobs foi um artista, assim como Henry Ford e Martin Luther King Jr Trabalhar como um artista significa investir nas coisas que importam criatividade, trabalho emocional e determina o O caminho do artista n o para os fracos, mas Godin mostra porque ele a nossa nica chance de erguer a voz, nos destacarmos e fazermos a diferen a.
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    1. I was part of Seth s Kickstarter so I bought this early, and reading is has totally fired me up to commit to creating and sharing my own art There were many parts of the book that resonated with me, but in combination with Steven Pressfield s Turning Pro, the message is really to pick yourself, and persist at the practice of creation Creating art is a habit, one that we practice daily or hourly until we get good at it Art isn t about the rush of victory that comes from being picked Nor does it i [...]

    2. This was my first Seth Godin book and I was very excited to listen to it But, it was painful torture and I did not enjoy it in the slightest I found its content and direction to not only be off putting but potentially dangerous While I am certainly one who likes to do things differently and am eccentric at times, Seth s tautological reference to art in this book almost drove me mad And at a minimum, it was maddening I felt that there was a lack of creativity in Seth not using a different term th [...]

    3. Seth writes books for his tribe If you are not in the tribe, you might say that Linchpin or Poke The Box covered the same territory and you would be right If you are in the tribe, you ll gladly pick up this next title or spend 120 on Kickstarter to get a whole box of books.In this new book, Seth pushes much harder on how many stories and cultural myths reinforce playing it safe Don t fall too close to the sun Don t step outside the norm Don t challenge the system He makes a convincing case for h [...]

    4. Gimme a B Gimme an S Here s a question you must answer before buying this book if your boss hasn t required you to do so Have you ever read a book by Seth Godin The man has made a business empire out of turning common maxims and everyday common sense into several lightweight books full of inspirational RAH RAH that sensually arouses Human Resource managers in mid to large size firms into putting out g money for in house seminars and supplying employees with every new book he has published And ye [...]

    5. I read this when it was released, and it s still good advice I just bought a copy to send to my daughter.

    6. I first read the pre release ebook when Seth made it available over Thanksgiving on timebx The the physical book arrived and I chewed my way through that too Then the audiobook was released at the start of the year and I just finished that Listen to the audiobook to hear Seth convey his work is the best way to understand his intent.The book is a Linchpin The Second If you read and lived out Seth s best previous work, this is deeper plea and a some calibration until a little over half way through [...]

    7. At first I was irritated by this book I am accustomed to being Seth s cheerleader in everything he writes This time, I found myself thinking, numerous times, that s not true Then I found myself getting angry because of something he wrote.As I pressed forward in the book, I realized what was happening It was something that happens to me with very few books these days I was being challenged to think.While I don t agree with his every single conclusion, I do agree with most of what s in this book A [...]

    8. just received my copy today cant put it down Thanks Seth, for writing it specifically for me.I ve also read a number of the reviews, only a couple of which were negative To those, i say you ve missed the point.If you were looking for something than was in book, Seth s premise is Good, go write it yourself be brave, be bold, and stretch yourself.If you didnt get it, you might perhaps still be a cog Thats not neccessarily a bad thing, unless you dont want to be a cog any P19 most people have be b [...]

    9. We re not looking for the correct method, we re looking for the incorrect method.This quote from Keith Richards sums up the philosophy of this book Creators, innovators, artists are all people who don t seek other people s approval to ask what if They know that this might not work but the excitement of finding out is what drives them forward They don t mind that what they create has rough edges the rough edges are the entire point I won this book in a Twitter competition organised byJoanna Penn [...]

    10. Godin s work points to the need for artists he paints with a broad brush on this term to create and work without boundaries This book points out the oppressive nature of industrialization on creativity Godin encourages his readers to think less about how to make money and about how to make what makes them happy I think this book is valuable for those who are trying to stretch their wings, but it is a little less than genuine at points Godin makes the point that the industrialists are the ones w [...]

    11. I appreciate the sentiment of this book I appreciate the risk it took to write about the fact that yes you shouldn t fly too close to the sun, but you also shouldn t fly too close to the water You can do better than what you are doing now I think the term Godin kept using art, could be confusing I definitely want to create art in my life and make a difference Godin gave some good pointers on how to do so I just feel like this is a book that is written for a specific set of people Some people can [...]

    12. Good, if you re brand new to Seth Godin s work If not, then this is nothing new from him, other than the metaphor about the story of Icarus This book is meant to stir a lot of emotion about Art and reaching your potential fly high, not too low But, that message should be taken with the understanding, that your potential as an Artist develops with years and years of practice and work You won t be flying high when you re first starting out So, while I think it s great that Seth is getting people a [...]

    13. I love Seth s work, but this vein of books is getting a little thin Especially after reading his latest blog post In order to monetize your work, you ll probably corrupt it, taking out the magic in search of dollars goals4u TUbJwLThe magic has seemed to come out of his latest works, as they are mostly rehashes of previous ideas, yet they are priced relatively high for Kindle books Seems a tad disingenuous.

    14. It may be because of where I am in my own creative development arc, but this book got to me and inspired me, and surprised me than any of Seth s books to date It is written in the same staccato style as his blog, the writing form he excels at, but with the full emotional impact again, for me of his best talks I ve already written a piece on it for my actors column, and would like to do one for my poor, moribund blog when I finally am up to resuscitating it In the meantime, this is a book to be [...]

    15. As always Seth inspires us to not wait to be picked, but instead get on and forge our on place in the world Good stuff

    16. I m doing my best to read a book every 10 days or so this year It s likely I ll fall behind but at least in trying this I m much likely to actually FINISH books, which I think is important My first book of 2013 is Seth Godin s The Icarus Deception I got a lot out of this book and will undoubtedly keep referring back to it The message is powerful he encapsulates it on the first page We are all artists now His thinking which I agree with is that so much of what we were brought up to do and believ [...]

    17. Got this on audio book and listened while I ellipticized While it may not have had quite the upbeat energy I love to keep me going on the elliptical, it nonetheless was constantly inspiring I ve seen reviews that say if you ve read all of Seth s stuff, this book is just of the same That may be true I haven t read all his work so I don t know But for me, this book held so many truths and ideas I changed my world four years ago when I decided to become a writer the repercussions of this have been [...]

    18. Wow.While reading this book, I finalized my plans to start two new art projects that I had long been considering but had stalled out on I wrote two articles and over ten of pages of notes about new ideas I underlined dozens of quotes While reading this book, I embraced my fear and made art.This book changed my life.

    19. I bet Seth Godin is the kind of guy who starts conversations in the locker room with other men while he s completely nude, chewing off the ears of his listeners while showing no intention of wrapping a towel around himself or getting dressed As if to say Are you comfortable with this Or have you been brainwashed to fear the human body This book is the very worst kind of business book I started listening to it on audiobook, and I m glad I did, because Seth Godin read it himself so that I can be s [...]

    20. In a wonderful podcast series called the Seth Godin Startup School, Seth announces to the group in the summer of 2012 that four years ago he stopped writing for the masses and just started focusing on his tribe He said he didn t really need readers and that he wanted to give back to his audience, to make art for them.This book embodies that notion If you have read a number of Seth Godin books, Icarus builds on a theme that Seth has been building on since Permission Marketing Icarus in my opinio [...]

    21. I ve only just started reading this book and already I am inspired to stop procrastinating and publish my art The interesting thing that Seth highlights in his usual brilliant style is that the Icarus legend is often interpreted all wrong The part of the myth we are told is to not fly too high, as Daedalus instructed his son, Icarus not too get too close to the sun or his wings made of wax would melt What we have NOT been told is that Daedalus also instructed his son not to fly too LOW, because [...]

    22. Here s the thing I usually agree with Godin about things, but implementation always is harder than it seems it should be In his current book, he makes a great case for creating art and infusing that art into the economy I enjoy and love all these type of polemics to be true to your artistic vision.Maybe my only complaint is this As Godin says throughout the book making art is hard work Reading the book is extremely motivating on one hand, but on the other, knowing the day in and day out drudgery [...]

    23. So as a professional artist author and art teacher, I get the general notion of this book, that sometimes it is important to do what others don t, that even the core of creativity is denying the status quo But I also found the constant characterization of artists rather annoying, as if they all think the same, act the same, and do the same They don t Their marketing methods and boldness is much varied, both much heroic and at times sinister, than what Godin suggests That much said, it is fasci [...]

    24. What an incredible read I LOVED this book Maybe just for this moment in my life did it mean so much for me I have been living in fear and conformity and afraid to be the artist I can be I have spent much of my life looking for the instruction book to know HOW to live my life and I have felt like a fraud so many times It is a relief to see that this is a common feeling and how to just put your head down and plow ahead with your art creativity Very empowering Takes the place of some therapy.

    25. I couldn t cope with the prose so I abandoned the book altogether I suppose that might mean I m not a high flyer , as Godin might define it But the reality is that I ve never been one to take seriously those airbrushed posters of soaring eagles with mindless inspirational quotes as their captions I don t do short, punchy, setting the record straight businesspeak This book is complete rubbish.

    26. I ve had the pleasure of reading the preview edition of the book.I am a huge fan of Seth Godin, so I am probably biased, but it is one of the most inspiring books I ve read in years Most likely since I ve read Linchpin Are You Indispensable.Highly recommended.

    27. I can t recommend this book strongly enough It will change the way you think, or at the very least strengthen your conviction to think in the unique way you already do I wish I could have thrown this book in the face of all my middle school teachers when I was growing up Please give it a chance, it s incredible.

    28. Enjoyed the central message of the book which is ke art but found the writing to lack a cohesive train of thought Bits and pieces slapped together to make a quick buck Not his best work.

    29. I want to love Seth Godin s books, I really do I picked this one up because I m trying to summon the nerve to publish and Godin s advice is just the what I need right now take risks, step outside your comfort zone, be vulnerable, don t mind the haters, etc But I just couldn t get into this book I couldn t follow it it just felt like a lot of little ideas thrown out without a whole lot of organization or logic It s hard to put my finger on it is divided into chapters and sections, so there shoul [...]

    30. Seth is Seth, and he often gives me cause to pause, to reflect, to ponder and then, I can see, that having had Seth as a companion these past ten years or so my willingness to put my art out there, has increased I do art, and enjoy it, risk it, fail at it.helenaroth the icarus dece

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