It may be a new year coming with new resolutions for your business or even trying to start one of your own. One way to make these resolutions is this reading list for all you creating needs.
The Creators Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs By Amy Wilkinson
The author takes you in on a secret journey of different creators of different companies, just as 200 companies. That’s a lot for research for just six skills to improve your business. But as she put in the title- they are essential. This is perfect for anyone just starting out being a creator and wanting to go further in what career field you wanted to pursue.
The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life by Twyla Tharp
This book on the list more the creative side of creators. The author, Twyla Tharp, who has also had a Broadway show under her belt, she wrote this book to mention some different exercises from her 35 years in her career. She shares her wisdom on how your creative side can be released. Everyone has a creative side- just need help to find it.
Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All by Tom and David Kelley
Am I the only one that thinks this book is so aesthetically pleasing? Apart from the beautiful cover this, this sibling duo and creator of their business, Ideo, they use their own experience to offer this narrative. It’s definitely for people who already started their business and wants to see if they are going down the right path.
Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky
Have you ever wanted to be organized or even thought if you were about to be a leader of a company one day? Well these are called ideas and Scott Belsky talks about how its beneficial to have ideas. He is also a creator, but he also specializes in how ideas can be turned into reality with just a little organizing. Its best for creator who have a lot of ideas but can’t seem to put them together.
Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff
Now this one goes hand and with the last book on our list, its more about how to pitch an idea. So, this is perfect for bloggers and young entrepreneurs to get the idea they want to pitch. He uses the word S.T.R.O.N.G. to make steps in how to pitch an idea. It’s pretty interesting using that word. It would very useful to have this in your library.
The Pumpkin Plan by Mike Michalowicz
This book is one of the books where the authors takes someones personal story and makes it beneficial for the reader to learn from that person. The author talks to a pumpkin farmer; the farmer grew pumpkins all of their life; Michalowicz took what he learned about that farmer and applied that to his own business. He writes his philosophy and sees if the audience can use it as well. As he says, “Plant the right seeds.”
4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris
Have you ever thought of your retirement plan or even thought about how much hours you work? Well don’t worry Tim Ferris has your back- he made up a whole plan of getting more income and many more. This will be very beneficial to everyone not just to have a life plan but to always progress to the future.
The War of Art: Winning the Inner Creative Battle by Steven Pressfield
The last book on our list is more about bringing everybody around you have that creative side they didn’t know they had. It’s not only about you make a change but sharing your wisdom from the book with everyone else. Another book to have in your business library collection.
Happy New Year and Happy Reading!