Every writer has dormant potential to be realized. Potential is not static, and pre-programmed It’s not an, “Either you have writing potential or you don’t” proposition. Your potential is [...]
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STAND UP FOR YOUR BEST WORK To be a business artist, you’re called to shape your hours and days in ways that support your taking regular action on the work that matters. Whether you work from a [...]
Business artistry is about learning. It’s about craft. It’s about doing something well.
“It is not generally acknowledged or discussed, but the personality we project to the world plays a substantial role in our success and in our ascension to mastery.” – Robert Greene, [...]
They shape hours, days, and weeks like clay - even if what comes out is not what they envisioned. At the end of the day they do not want to feel like the walking dead. They want to feel [...]
I sneered at the idea of funding a book via “crowdfunding” when I first heard about it a few years ago. But that sneer was a cognitive trap. Crowdfunding (gathering finances from groups of [...]
Opportunities for authors in e-book publishing are boundless and a bit overwhelming. As Digital Book World’s Editorial Director Jeremy Greenfield told me, it’s the Wild West of Publishing.
When Jonah Berger was a teenager, his grandmother gave him a copy of Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point (2000). The book tells the story about how ideas become influential. The young Berger [...]
There’s no reliable place where entrepreneurs and business artists can gather to learn how to bring their trade nonfiction book’s story from the stage to the page.