There is much evidence to support the idea that successful people read books. The more that you read, the more that you are exercising your brain and growing your creative side. With many books now moving online or on to tablets, it is even easier to read and enjoy what you read!
There are long-lasting positive effects on your body and mind from reading books. From decreasing stress and improving sleep to preventing the development of dementia, reading frequently may have life-changing effects. Fewer people would find reasons not to read daily if more people were aware of the benefits.
If you’re working for yourself or as a sole proprietor, you need to know the ins and outs of business management from the get-go. There’s a lot of knowledge through blogs, e-books, or books. Today, we’d like to recommend a few books that we think might help freelancers flourish in their professions and life.
Tim Ferriss published “The 4-Hour Work Week” for those who are weary of waiting till old age to fulfill their lives. In The 4-Hour Employment Week, Ferriss offers a method to reap the blessings of work before retirement.
Freelancers Meg Mateo Ilasco and Joy Deangdeelert Cho cover everything from building an impressive portfolio to negotiating the legal complexities of beginning a company. Creative, Inc. is accessible, feisty, and full of practical advice.
This book delves into making freelancing more reliable, surviving “treading water” cycles, eliminating “bad apple” clients, and increasing online presence, and traces Liam Veitch’s path from a laptop and leased desk to a $1m web firm.
Getting Things Done by David Allen is one of the most significant business books of it’s day. For those who work alone, Getting Things Done is a personal productivity strategy and one of the most important books on how to manage work and chores.
Sara Horowitz, the woman who founded and currently runs the Freelancers Union, is an expert on the freelance industry. The Freelancer’s Bible is often recommended by freelancers, and with good cause. The Freelancer’s Bible contains everything a freelancer needs to know. The handbook is a detailed road map and reference from the Freelancers Union’s founder.