Posts Tagged ‘show your work’
I kept a diary while writing the book, but it’s too painful and embarrassing to share in full.
The act of sharing is one of generosity—you’re putting something out there because you think it might be helpful or entertaining to someone on the other side of the screen.
I think our days have shapes — each has a beginning and an end, and we go through good and ill fortune as it progresses.
The Russians don’t screw around.
When I was in New York a few weeks ago, Fast Company interviewed me about the idea of a daily dispatch.
Why Show Your Work! is for anyone attempting any kind of work.
First diary entry of the Show Your Work! tour
Next week I’m starting a 20-city tour to promote Show Your Work!
An update on Show Your Work!
This morning I stuck copies of Show Your Work! in Little Free Libraries around my neighborhood.
An excerpt from my book Show Your Work!
When you find things you genuinely enjoy, don’t let anyone else make you feel bad about it.
If you preorder the book before March 5th, my publisher will send you one of these awesome SIGNED bookplates, designed by yours truly.
Think Process Not Product is a new Tumblr blog I started celebrating process and creativity behind the scenes.
If you share the work of others, it’s your duty to make sure that the creators of that work get proper credit.
If the last book was about stealing influence from others, this one is about influencing others by letting them steal from you.
Here’s a 6-second Vine video of me flipping through the first half of the Show Your Work galleys
Making last edits to the second pass of the manuscript…
Illustrating is my favorite phase of the book-making process.
A good life is not about living within your means, it’s about living below your means.
I finished the first draft of Show Your Work! today.
It was my pleasure to give the inaugural talk at the first Creative Mornings here in Austin last month.
I’d like to be a chain smoker when it comes to projects — using the end of the last one to light the next.
A story about Bob Ross, his mentor Bill Alexander, and what happens when a student surpasses his master.
A little 2-minute video about Picasso, Brancusi, and how to tell if you have a vampire problem in your life.