Steven Pressfield is the author of "The Legend of Bagger Vance", "The War of Art", and most recently "A Man At Arms". We talk about Robin Williams, books on war, dying for your art, misunderstanding parents, creative suicide, authentic lifestyles, never giving up, being reborn, the hero's journey, and more.
This is the voice of resistance, and to author Steven Pressfield, it’s a voice that needs to be silenced and controlled at all costs. Steven should know, he wrote the book on fighting resistance, The War of Art, where he talks about how to keep up inspiration, even when there isn’t any to be found. As Steven puts it “an amateur does things when they feel like it, a professional doesn’t care how they feel, they just do it.”
Today we invited Steven Pressfield, author of Turning Pro and A Man At Arms to talk about how the professional stays professional, and the inner struggles that she or he may feel at times, unbeknownst to their audience. To turn pro often means to walk a lonely path, spending 10,000 hours honing one's craft. Where do you find balance? How do you prevent a loss of self? How do you determine innovation versus growth?
Steven Pressfield, author of "Gates of Fire" about the original Spartans, and the classics "The Warrior Ethos" and "The War of Art" joins Joe De Sena on the Spartan Up podcast today. How will you keep driving forward in 2021? And what can we learn from the ancient Spartans about success and drive?
In today’s episode, I welcome Steven Pressfield, renowned author, and former Marine. Best known for his books Gates of Fire and The War of Art, Steven is joining the show to discuss his new book, A Man at Arms.
In this episode, I interview Steven Pressfield. Steven has made a professional life in five different writing arenas — advertising, screenwriting, fiction, narrative nonfiction, and self-help. A former Marine and graduate of Duke University, he became an overnight success as a writer after 30 years of abject failure.
Steven Pressfield is a historical fiction writer. He has authored numerous Titles, Gates of Fire, and War of Art amongst the most popular.
What a treat this was to be interviewed by my favorite author. Steve is an avid reader of my newsletter over at http://ZachStrength.com
Steven is the author of the best-selling novels Gates of Fire and Tides of War, as well as The Legend of Bagger Vance. He is also the author of the classics on creativity The War of Art and The Artist’s Journey. Steven’s story is amazing because he wrote for 17 years before he earned his first penny from writing...and it took another 10 years before he became a published author.
Gents, today, I am joined by my friend and repeat guest, Mr. Steven Pressfield. We talk about his new novel, A Man at Arms, but we also get into so much more including overcoming imposter syndrome, getting past your fears, dealing with procrastination, handling disappointment effectively, and why it’s important to make your concerns real and tangible.
It’s been a year and we’re so thrilled to have screenwriter and author, Steven Pressfield, back on the Success Through Failure podcast!
Steven Pressfield, an American author of historical fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays, and also the author of one of my favorite books, The War of Art, comes on again to talk about this new book/ novel, MAN AT ARMS! This time, I used this opportunity to pursue the statement that he made in 2016. What does he mean by sacrificed everything to do his writing? On top of that, we also talked about character writing, development, film, and also how do you find the "CODE" that you want to live by!
The team sits down with author Steven Pressfield to discuss his newest book, A Man at Arms. In addition to providing a peek into the ancient world, Pressfield shares his thoughts how leaders can overcome Resistance to lead with the best version of themselves. If you are a fan of Gates of Fire and The War of Art, you won’t want to miss this episode!
Steven Pressfield is the best-selling author of The War of Art, The Artist’s Journey, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Gates of Fire and, his newest novel, which was published earlier this month, A Man at Arms.
Steven Pressfield is a hero of mine. He’s an author that has made a habit out of conquering Resistance, the force that he called out in his book The War of Art. We discuss the warrior ethos, the artist’s journey, and how to access the forces conspiring to help us give our gift to the world.
Steven Pressfield: Author of Gates of Fire, The War of Art
How to Overcome Self-Sabotage and Resistance, Routines for Little Successes, and The Hero’s Journey vs. The Artist’s Journey
Rich Roll sits down with author Steven Pressfield to discuss creativity, purpose, breaking resistance, and his new novel 'A Man At Arms'
Today we speak with Steven Pressfield, a successful author of several books covering self-help and fictional genres. Inspired by ancient history and archetypes, Steven has used his fascinations to inspire readers around the globe.
Steven Pressfield talks about being a warrior of the blank page, how he deals with Resistance around writing and marketing, as well as self-doubt and other aspects of mindset that we all face on the writer's journey.
Meeting with Steven Pressfield about following your calling, working through resistance, and following the greater call within!
The Warrior Archetype, with Steven Pressfield
In this episode, we welcome Steven Pressfield back to the show to talk about his new novel A Man at Arms. Steven is the author of Gates of Fire, The Legend of Bagger Vance, The War of Art, Tides of War, and many other works. In this interview, we talk a lot about the new novel, we dig into some of his videos from his The Warrior Archetype YouTube series, his friendship with Jack Carr, where he finds motivation, and much more! Let’s get into it…
Today we are joined by former Marine & best selling author Steven Pressfield to talk about his writing method and how to overcome adversity. Steven's book Gates of Fire was on the Commandant's reading list. Additionally, he has written for movies that have stared Will Smith, Matt Damon, Dolph Lundgren and Steven Seagal.
Steven Pressfield is the best selling author of The War Of Art, Gates Of Fire, Turning Pro and many more. He is an example of why you should never give up on following your calling and one of the wisest men I've ever spoken to. We discuss; his new book, creative calling, what stops people from doing what they love, why you should always answer your muses and his amazing philosophy on life
Author Steven Pressfield's books have earned him worldwide acclaim. His first published novel, "The Legend of Bagger Vance," became a best-seller and Robert Redford turned it into a hit film. But that doesn't mean Pressfield was an overnight success.
Hugh is joined by best-selling author Steven Pressfield to discuss his latest book, "A Man At Arms." Steven may be best known for his 1998 historical fiction titled "Gates of Fire" that recounts the Battle of Thermopylae, but his other works remain popular and combined have sold millions of copies worldwide.
Steven Pressfield is one of the most prolific authors in America and a damn good friend to Rooftop Leadership. His insights into human behavior, human performance and human connections are remarkable.
This episode Randy talks with Steven Pressfield on Creativity, Writing & Overnight Success. Don't miss this one!
Steven Pressfield on The Warrior Archetype, What Is The Muse? And His New Novel "A Man At Arms"