3 Must Read Books for Creative Enterpenuers

sketch_booksI recently asked one of my favorite humans, the one and only Tiffany Han, what her top book recommendations are for those of us embarking on a life of creative entrepreneurship.

If you aren’t familiar with Tiffany’s work she is the creative guru behind the amazing podcast “Raise Your Hand And Say Yes.” I have been devouring her work since hearing her interviewed on a friend’s podcast a couple months ago. (You can find a list of all my favorite podcasts here!)

So, without further adieu, Tiffany Han’s must read book list:

1. Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown

I’ve heard Tiffany mention this book time and again on the podcast. McKeown helps the reader to declutter their life and mind by determining what is essential and eliminating everything else. I cannot wait to read this book. My type A workaholic personality is probably the authors target audience. 

2. The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield

According to Ellen Degeneres this book has been used by creative souls all over the world to, “channel creative energy, unlock potential and overcome the fears that stop us from reaching our fullest potential. With courage, following the right formula and working hard, the book proposes that passion can be turned into purpose.” Love it!

3. The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level by Gay Hendricks

This book is all about breaking down those nagging fears and limiting beliefs that hold us back from following our crazy, creative big ideas.

And that’s it folks! Short and sweet. As I work my way through these books I will definitely keep you updated. I’ll be posting more about my current literary obsession, Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Liz Gilbert, very soon.

Do you have other recommendations? If so please let me know in the comments!

All the love,

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