Jacob Nordby is an author whose many quests have led him to a deep fascination with life in all of its weird splendor. He’s the founder of Manifesto Publishing House and he penned the award-winning novel, The Divine Arsonist, and a non-fiction book, Blessed Are the Weird: A Manifesto for Creatives.
Today Jacob and Eric discuss his new book is, The Creative Cure: How Finding and Freeing Your Inner Artist Can Heal Your Life.
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In This Interview, Jacob Norby and I Discuss Creativity as a Cure and …
- His book, The Creative Cure: How Finding and Freeing Your Inner Artist Can Heal Your Life
- How he defines creativity
- How creativity can bring you back to your truest self
- Why he believes every human being is creative
- The three enemies of creativity
- The connection between spirituality and creativity
- Feeling an inward longing to come home to yourself
- Rebuilding his life after burning it to the ground
- How imagination can work for us or against us
- Allowing our thoughts and emotions yet not empower them
- The three questions he answers every day
- How to create more choice points in our daily lives
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