Twyla Tharpe: The Creative Habit


My friend and colleague Jonathan Petrino got me into the habit of reading books analogue this year. You know, paper instead of in an app. It’s a good way to connect with the text and highlight as you go. I’ve also been expanding my visual vocabulary as I draw more at work, for this blog, and for fun in general. Mashing up your interests is a great way to build new ideas or concepts. Below are some of the concepts I took from reading Twyla Tharp’s The Creative Habit: Learn it and Use it for Life.

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