Summary of Ahmir

Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I have a vivid memory of my father playing records in our house when I was three years old. I remember being scared of the mouse trap that was next to the turntable, but I also remember being fascinated by the final synthesizer sound that played when the mouse’s neck was caught in the trap. #2 I began to think about every record in the house as if it were more than just a record. They captured a time, and then they captured another time, when I remembered where I was and what I was doing when I heard them. #3 Creativity is a fire that begins within your own head. It’s difficult to discuss creativity, because it’s a very individual thing. But you can start that fire by connecting with your own creative impulses. #4 Everyone is born with some creative impulse, but it’s unevenly distributed within one individual. Creativity is unevenly distributed within different disciplines and times. We all have blind spots and creative areas where we wilt, but we also have bright spots and creative areas where we flourish.

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