I am awash in paperbacks! My publisher just re-configured its office space, and sent me a few boxes of Die Empty and The Accidental Creative paperbacks.
Books aren’t meant to be kept in a box, they’re meant to be read, so I’m giving giving away 15 signed paperback copies of Die Empty and The Accidental Creative.
One of the distinct challenges of working with your mind is that there is rarely an equal input/equal output relationship between effort and quality of results. Sometimes things just seem to “click”, and at others, you can labor for hours without a discernable breakthrough. That’s why it’s critical to build systems and practices into your life to provide a measure of predictability to your process.
Five lesser-known books that could alter how you approach your work.
Derek Sivers has written a gem of a book on how to survive as a creative entrepreneur.