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My 3 Favorite Books For Creative, Entrepreneurial Minds

The best books for the creative entrepreneur

I've come a long way from cheating through my summer reading with SparkNotes (did I just date myself?), and have grown to really enjoy a good book now, especially when it helps exercise my creative mind. If you've got a knack or an interest in the intersection of where your artistic sensibilities meet your entrepreneurial business aspirations, then you'll definitely want check out these great reads!

Anything You Want book by Derek Sivers

At only 96 pages, you'll breeze through this book in a single sitting. So insightful and easy to read, it's a staple I share with many like-minded people. The Derek Sivers come-up story is nothing short of fascinating and impressive, and also extra cool if you happen to work in or have an interest in the music industry (though not a requirement at all for quality take-aways from the lessons here). He's the original founder of CD Baby, worked his way up to the top of his industry, sold his company for $22 million, and gave it all to charity. The 40 lessons he shares in "Anything You Want" are powerful, actionable, and extremely inspirational to help you realize that you can really do anything you want in life and in business.

The Artist's Way book by Julia Cameron

A valuable tool to get you (back?) in touch with your inner creativity, and a gentle push to give you the tools and courage to get started or continue pursuing your dreams. Julia Cameron and "The Artist's Way" has been cited by industry leaders in a variety of fields around the world as one of the most important assets to helping people achieve their creative goals. There's a reason why this book has stood the test of time (now celebrating its 30th anniversary) with over 5 million copies sold, and translated into 40 different languages. It provides a jump-start in helping you change your future into the life you want and deserve, starting now.

Tools of Titans book by Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss became well known for his hit books, "The 4-Hour Workweek" and "Tribe of Mentors," and "Tools of Titans" certainly does not disappoint. An intimate look into the tactics, philosophies, and lessons that have made many people you know (or will be excited to learn about) extremely successful in life and in business. I loved that it dabbled into many different industries and gave in-depth interviews with different authorities and pioneers from all types of backgrounds. There are so many good takeaways from this book to inspire you, help you avoid pitfalls you may otherwise not see coming, and reimagine all the different paths you can take to get where you want to be.

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