5 Books That Will Unleash Your Creativity


Linchpin by Seth Godin

"If youíre feeling a little lost in your career or need some inspiration, Seth Godin is here to help. Rockstar sections include overcoming your resistance (self-doubt) and creating a map instead of always following directions, but thereís a lot to love here. Itís a book that forces us to acknowledge just how silly our excuses are and make things happen."
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Play by Stuart Brown

"Remember when you were a child and had more time to play? It turns out you werenít just goofing off and it was essential to your development. Even today, thereís so much science behind why play may be crucial to your success and creativity."
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The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau

"This is the kind of read that gives you a kick in the rear if thereís something you really want to do, but have somehow convinced yourself that itís not possible. Guillebeau helps us identify when weíre just making excuses. Youíre going to be so fired up once you read this."
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Making Ideas Happen by Scott Belsky

"There are so many great ideas out there, but only a fraction of them ever come to fruition. Curious as to why that is? Scott Belsky has taken years of experience, research and observation to pinpoint exactly what the difference is between the geniuses that deliver and everyone else."
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Ignore Everybody by Hugh McLeod

"The best ideas are always resisted because threaten others with change. So you canít be worried about what everyone thinks. Ready for 39 other keys to creativity? I thought so."
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