Barnet Bain is a Canadian film-maker, author and educator.  Select film credits include Milton’s Secret (director, writer), Oscar-winner What Dreams May Come (producer), Emmy-Award nominee, Outstanding TV Movie, Homeless to Harvard (executive producer), and The Celestine Prophecy (writer, producer).

Barnet consults and trains business leaders and private clients who are committed to high performance. Through his creativity workshops, Barnet guides people of all ages and walks of life to expand their vision of what is possible, and develop their gifts and talents with passion.

Barnet is a faculty member of Columbia University, Spirituality Mind Body Institute, and Esalen Institute.   He is the author of The Book of Doing and Being: Rediscovering Creativity in Life, Love and Work, (Atria, 2015) and The Third Story: Awakening the Love That Transforms,(Spindrift, 2013).

Barnet is an official partner with ‘Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Foundation’ which enjoys participation of millions of community, corporate, and educational leaders annually, including the White House, who are using Barnet’s creativity content in their 2016-2017 curriculum for communities, schools and corporations.

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THE BOOK OF DOING AND BEING:

REDISCOVERING CREATIVITY IN LIFE, LOVE AND WORK.

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PRAISE ABOUT THE BOOK:

“No need to wait any longer for inspiration to strike or for the Muse to arrive in order to be creative. The Book of Doing and Being eloquently presents a treasury of creativity methods that you can use at any time.”

Zhena Muzyka

Founder Gypsy Tea Company,  author of Life by the Cup

“In this ode to the power of being, creativity, flow and essence, Barnet Bain teaches us how to access our forgotten self so that we may live to our highest potential. Insightful, practical and deeply compelling!”

Dr. Shefali Tsabary

Author of NYT Bestseller, The Conscious Parent

“In The Book of Doing and Being, Barnet Bain affirms that creativity and real work are for the inner life what exercise is for the body. There’s no getting around it, and immersing ourselves in it brings us alive. This book offers aerobics for the heart.”

Mark Nepo

author of The Endless Practice and Inside the Miracle

“The Book of Being and Doing is the “how to” manual you have been waiting for!  With enlightening wisdom Barnet Bain empowers us to ignite creativity and address the road blocks we encounter along the way.”

Kelly McNelis

founder of Women For One

“A glorious guide into our own possibility, into and past our blocks, to our true liberated being.   Barnet Bain gives us reason to believe in ourselves, and with some helpful steps, to realize our true nature, our calling!”

Lisa Miller, Ph.D.

Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology. Columbia University, Author, The Spiritual Child: The New Science of Parenting for Health and Lifelong Thriving

“Bain masterfully leads us to activate our creativity, innovation, passion and purpose. Be bold. Explore this book and expand your imagination.”

Mark Van Ness

founder, Real Leaders Magazine

“Barnet Bain’s book gracefully conveys the thrill and discipline of the creative process. It will stretch you in unexpected ways that can unlock your creative heart.”

Geneen Roth

author, NYT bestseller Women Food and God and Lost and Found

This is quite simply the best book on creativity I’ve ever read. It is, at once, an eloquent theory of where the creative spark ‘lives’ and how best to access it, a complete toolkit for igniting your own creative potential, and a masterclass in the power of living life without a discernible compass.

Lynne McTaggart

international bestselling author of The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond

“Barnet is one of the most creative people I have ever met.  In this book he brilliantly shares how you, too, can release your creativity to consciously create the life you dream of.  I highly recommend it.”

Jack Canfield

co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series

“Bain authentically demonstrates that “BEING” with the right attitude puts your aptitude on steroids, so that you’ll be active in “DOING” for your success.”

Peter Guber

Chairman Mandalay Entertainment, co-owner Los Angeles Dodgers, and author of Tell to Win – Connect, Persuade, and Triumph with the Hidden Power of Story

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