My Fall Reading List

With the approaching new year, Thanksgiving, and another birthday, Fall is that time of the year where I like to sketch out my goals and aspirations. Likewise, it’s also that season where I want to spend more time indoors and feel inspired both in work and in life. Happily, I purchased these books to do just the trick:

The Accidental Creative
by: Todd Henry

Reading this one currently. I am shocked at how accurately Henry defines the challenges for a creative within an organization and the mental exhaustion that can result. This book’s goal is to help you supercharge your creative process while preventing burnout.

by: Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant

Digital leaders in the association/non-prof community, this is sure to be a must-read for community managers and digital media managers out there. A video interview with the authors is provided from TMA Resources on Jamie Notter’s blog.

The End of Business As Usual
by: Brian Solis

Digital leader defined, is there anything Brian Solis touches that isn’t brilliant? I’m staring at my copy of Engage! on my book shelf that is underlined, highlighted, and post-it noted up and can hardly wait to tear into this. I likewise love Chris Brogan’s video review of the book here.

What are you reading this season?


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