Books are my favorite thing in the world, so it is no surprise that I have purchased a bundle of them relating to creative businesses. Here are three of my favorites:
Creative Girl: The Ultimate Guide for Turning Talent and Creativity into a Real Career by Katharine Sise
I’m still trying to decide if I find the title a trifle demeaning, but I love the content. Information packed chapters are interspersed with space to journal.
The Crafty Superstar Ultimate Craft Business Guide by Grace Dobush
I’m a sucker for a cute book, and this one is very aesthetically pleasing. It’s also truly helpful, with packing checklists for events, links to legal advice for artists, and state-by-state information on Indie craft fairs.
Craft Inc. Business Planner by Meg Mateo Ilasco
I don’t have the most recent edition, but mine has dividers by topic, lots of space to write notes, graph goals, etc. As you can see, I find interactive books helpful. This one truly guides you towards developing a real business step-by-step. I think if I could get myself all the way through, my business would be thriving. :] But I certainly have this and the other books to thank for the progress I have made.
What are your favorite business books?