Creativity is often talked about - we want to feel more creative, to see creativity expressed in our lives, in the things around us, in our work and education experiences. But, so many of our ideas about creativity are tied to a different era, when information, knowledge and insight were scarce, when we didn’t have all the creative tools at our disposal.
No Missing Tools explores what it means to be creative in our contemporary age of abundance, when so many of the tools we need are only a click or search away. With a perceptive eye and drawing from his own experience working in music and photography, Fernando asks us to consider a vibrant universe of ideas about living with a bold awareness of our own creativity.
This book celebrates the way we remake ourselves through understanding our creative motivations, something we often struggle to see clearly. Fernando suggests this is a key step to better understanding how inspiration works and identifying the specific tools we need to be at our most creative. No Missing Tools is a lively, unorthodox guide to being more aware of our creativity.