Reading expands the mind. It’s also beneficial to your skillset. It changes your perspective. You also don’t need me to state the obvious. Obvs.
So here’s the list, hopefully I’ll make it a monthly thing covering a variety of subject: the obvious, the not so obvious, the unexpected. Growth, learning can be found in all sorts of print matter. Enjoy.
|The 1-Page Marketing Plan|
Don’t let that small prize get you all suspicious. To build a successful business, you need to stop doing random acts of marketing and start following a reliable plan for rapid business growth. This book will teach you how to make this painstaking process a breeze.
|Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products|
Why do some products capture widespread attention while others flop? What makes us engage with certain products out of sheer habit? Is there a pattern underlying how technologies hook us? Read and learn people!
|Story Driven: You don’t need to compete when you know who you are|
Successful organizations and the people who create, build and lead them don’t feel the need to compete, because they know who they are and they’re not afraid to show us. If Seth Godin says that this book is good, then it probably is.
|How to Use Graphic Design to…|
How to, Bierut’s first career retrospective, is a landmark work in the field. Featuring more than thirty-five of his projects, it reveals his philosophy of graphic design—how to use it to sell things, explain things, make things look better, make people laugh, make people cry, and (every once in a while) change the world.
That’s it! See you next month.
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