Books I Recommend
T-shirts and Suits
Three days after receiving a copy of this book I had finished it. It was easy to follow, enjoyable to read and I carried it everywhere with me. If you want the nuts and bolts, the “where to start” and are keen to learn how to get your creative mind thinking about business this is the book for you. It covers everything from marketing to intellectual property.Buy Now
Meg Mateo Ilasco
The first crafty business book I read was Meg Mateo Ilasco’s Craft Inc; Turn your creative hobby into a business. I asked for it for Christmas one year – loved it! I learnt so much and found it really easy to follow. I also had a number of moments reading the book where I thought “How does she know that about me!” It was the perfect book for me and helped me find the confidence to launch my first business.Buy Now
By page 21 I had changed the way I looked at my business and reassessed my focus and direction. By page 53 I had shifted the way I view myself and now feel more comfortable in my decisions and intuition than ever before.
By the end of this program you will be lighting fires in all aspects of your life and business. If you are an entrepreneur or a passionate, driven human being – this program is for youBuy Now
Blogs Worth Reading
April Bowles Olin wants to make big changes for women who have big dreams and she is doing that on her blog Blacksburg Belle.
Because self realisation rocks, Danielle LaPorte blogs the White Hot Truth.
Baked Social Media is where Russell Allert helps business owners gain a useful and engaging social media presence for minimum cost.
Dannielle Cresp has a place for pretty things, mindful living and small business.
Designing an MBA – imagine with Megan Auman what business school would look like if it was geared towards crafters, designers, and makers.
Jess Van Den of Epheriell Designs writes about everything from craft, vintage fashion, handmade things, running an indie business, and all things creative.
Problogger where Darren Rowse blogs about twitter and tweets about blogging.
Seth’s Blog by Seth Godin.
Tara Gentile is Empowering passionate people to produce and profit.