I finished Linchpin a few weeks back and that was an amazing book
Will It Fly is a great book I learning a lot of great marketing tricks from
Although I think they'd both agree on the goal of always looking to do interesting work, contributing to projects like a human being instead of doing cookie-cutter work, etc.. I can't help but think they'd also have some profound differences of opinion on how to get there.
Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us -- Dan Pink
Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? -- Seth Godin
The Laws of Simplicity -- John Maeda
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance -- Robert M. Persig
Invisible Man -- Ralph Ellison
How to Win Friends and Influence People -- Dale Carnegie
The Kindle app has really got me buying a lot of books that I now need to finish...
'Seth Godin: Quieting the Lizard Brain' http://vimeo.com/5895898
"The Now Habit" http://www.amazon.com/Now-Habit-Overcoming-Procrastination-G...
"The War of Art" http://www.amazon.com/War-Art-Through-Creative-Battles/dp/04...
All of these books have one thing in common and that is getting used to shipping things. I noticed lately that while I was horrible at shipping my little pet projects I could cook and prepare meals for me and my girlfriend without worry that it tasted bad. I just cook it and good or bad we eat it. I've gotten over the fear of failure here.
Now I just need to get over the fear of failure for my projects.
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