Ignore Everybody Video Book Review
Are you looking for a book that, according to Guy Kawasaki, will “kick your ass and push you out of your zone of mediocrity and stagnation”? What about a book that is described by Pamela Slim as bringing “the topic of creativity out of the lofty halls of academia…into a place where the average person can apply it: to improve work and create a life that really matters”? Well, if you’re shaking your head up and down and feel as if you’ve been searching for just that book, I have a little news for you: stop reading this blog post and overnight 5 copies (1 for you and 4 for holiday gifts) of Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity (Amazon link) by Hugh MacLeod (otherwise known as @gapingvoid).
As you’ll be able to tell from my video book review, I really enjoyed this book. It’s easy to consume, fun to read and you can extract all sorts of tidbits of information as well as a ton of great quotes to help keep those creative juices flowing. This will definitely be a book that I re-read on a regular schedule. Oh, and if the text of the book wasn’t enough, Hugh fills the book with tons of business card-sized drawings to help illustrate his points.
I really hope that you enjoy this book as much as I did. I’m already planning on sending a few copies around to some people I know in my life that could use this boost.
If you can’t view the video below, you can also find it over on my YouTube channel.
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