In today’s post I round up incredibly helpful links for you! In the themes of success, self-employment, creativity, and small business!
Love this post and reminder of how success really works: Famous Comedian Steve Martin Shares Three Insights On Success.
I met Kyla Roma at Pioneer Nation this past spring, and I love-love-love this curated list of podcast recommendations that she created. I’ve found that I can consume huge amounts of podcast content as I drive around!
This recent book by Malcolm Gladwell challenges our thinking on class size and the (dis)advantages of attending top colleges (among other things): David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.
Here’s a great resource about last-minute retirement planning tips from a favorite site of mine, Bankrate.com. Many people find themselves rapidly approaching retirement age without nearly enough savings. Luckily, there are still several options that will allow them to retire comfortably. Check out their post here.
Do you ever talk yourself out of charging more? Do you feel a little wishy-washy when it comes to pricing yourself? You MUST read Ash Ambirge’s post The Short, Slightly Sarcastic Answer to (At Least Eleven) Things You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Selling Yourself.
Another great read from this summer: The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
From my social media guru Sara Von Bargen, 8 Ways To Make Online Networking Non-Gross + And Even Enjoyable
I’ve mentioned this book before, but as one of the few books I’ve actually bought this year, it’s worth mentioning again: Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You
Great reminder of the REAL process of change, and What To Do When You Get Off Track.
Here are 10 Ways To Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered by Austin Kleon. This is the guy whose book by the same name– Show Your Work!: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered –finally got me over the hump of seriously planning on writing a book—before reading this, I thought there was no point in writing a book because everything I have to say has been said before. Everything HAS been said before…but not by you. Or me.
And I love this post by Kim Lawler on How to switch off when you work at home. Seriously, I can be so intense :o)
Have you read/learned/encountered/written anything good lately? Leave links in the comments!
P.S. Here’s a great list of questions you can ask yourself to re-invigorate your business focus before the end of the year, or use it to start your side hustle!
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