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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