Turning Pro

Turning Pro

The follow up to the War of Art. In the War of Art Pressfield identifies the enemy to living an authentic life – resistance. In Turning Pro, Pressfield teaches you how to defeat it....

Title:Turning Pro
Edition Language:English
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    Turning Pro Reviews

  • Yuri Karabatov

    The amateur tweets. The pro works.That pretty much sums up the book for me. In the face of uncertainty and doubt, the amateur chooses distraction, while the pro chooses to do the work instead. The pro...

  • Ryan Holiday

    I don't remember when I first read The War of Art, but I know it changed my life. Of all of the books I have read since then, there are few I have returned to more often. Why? Because Steven Pressfiel...

  • J.F. Penn

    This book is a serious challenge for any creative who wants to be considered a professional in their chosen sphere. Pressfield holds nothing back and this book seriously kicked my ass. He takes the ex...

  • Grant

    Holy Crap, Batman, this book is awesome! Until I read this book, I had no idea I hung around with, and seemed to attract, amateurs. At times, I drank their kool-aid and listened to their whiney belly-...

  • Mur Lafferty

    Pressfield's War of Art really spoke to me, especially regarding the concept of Resistance. Turning Pro seemed to be more of the same, however. Nothing new was in this book, and I was very disappointe...

  • Simo Ibourki

    I don't really know what to think of this book. If I could summary the book it would be like this "look at me, I'm a pro, here is what a pro should be, philosophy, meaningless personal anecdotes, pro ...

  • Mikell

    Turning Pro may be a quick read, but it will quickly get to the core of suppressed dreams and unfulfilled passions. If you are an artist or writer who doesn't draw or write, this may be just what you ...

  • Aaron Wolfson

    This book literally kicked my ass. OK, maybe not literally, but this book contains urgency, man. It's like Pressfield is standing over every would-be artist exhorting, "Fight! Write! Create! Grow!" St...

  • Chris

    Pressfield concludes his trilogy of works designed to hurtle you past your fear and into becoming the person you want to be. (Part one: "The War of Art"; Part two: "Do The Work") In each successive bo...

  • Juan Araizaga

    7 days and 148 pages after. This book was a direct recommendation from someone who quickly became a mentor for me. So I had great expectations about it.The book is about how transform yourself into a ...