The Path of Least Resistance: Principles for Creating What You Want to Create

By: Fritz, Robert

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USA: Stillpoint , 1987. Work of DMA founder and driving creative force Robert Fritz , is a fascinating and incisive account of the structure, action and purpose of human creativity using actual discriptions of human behaviour in familiar circumstances to demonstrate the hidden stratagies behind our actions, and also of individuals and organisations basic orientation, as it effects the eventual out comes of our actions. CONDITION name inked to ffep o/w excellent.. Reprint. Quarto Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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