Chase Jarvis
Book Recommendations

  • Play It Away

    Play It Away

    Play It Away

    Charlie Hoehn
    Self-Help
    3.78 (637)

    "here's the cure to your stress!" —tony robbins, strategic adviser to world leaders, #1 bestselling author of personal power (40 million copies sold) do you feel guilty or anxious when you're not working? have you stopped playing with your friends? do all of your daily activities revolve around building a more successful career? do you have trouble breathing, relaxing, and sleeping? are you consuming stimulants multiple times per day to hide your exhaustion? are you sitting still and staring at screens for most of your waking hours? are you trapped

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    one of the most impactful books I've ever read

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  • Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook

    Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook

    Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook

    Gary Vaynerchuk
    Business & Economics
    3.97 (8,424)

    When managers and marketers outline their social media strategies, they often plan for the "right hook"-their next highly anticipated sale or campaign that's going to put the competition out for the count. even companies committed to jabbing-patiently engaging with customers to build the relationships so crucial to successful social media campaigns-still yearn to land the powerful, bruising swing that will knock out their opponent or their customer's resistance in one tooth-spritzing, killer blow. right hooks, after all, convert traffic to sales. they easily show results and roi. except when they

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    Recommended on the Tim Ferris Show

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  • Trust Me, I'm Lying

    Trust Me, I'm Lying

    Trust Me, I'm Lying

    Ryan Holiday
    Business & Economics
    3.86 (10,272)

    You've seen it all before. a malicious online rumor costs a company millions. a political sideshow derails the national news cycle and destroys a candidate. some product or celebrity zooms from total obscurity to viral sensation. what you don't know is that someone is responsible for all this. usually, someone like me.i'm a media manipulator. in a world where blogs control and distort the news, my job is to control blogs--as much as any one person can. in today's culture... 1) blogs like "gawker," "buzzfeed" and the "huffington post" drive

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    Recommended on the Tim Ferriss Show

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  • Steal Like an Artist

    Steal Like an Artist

    Steal Like an Artist

    Austin Kleon
    3.94 (238,639)

    You don’t need to be a genius, you just need to be yourself. that’s the message from austin kleon, a young writer and artist who knows that creativity is everywhere, creativity is for everyone. a manifesto for the digital age, steal like an artist is a guide whose positive message, graphic look and illustrations, exercises, and examples will put readers directly in touch with their artistic side.

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    Recommended on the Tim Ferriss Show

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  • Unlabel

    Unlabel

    Unlabel

    Marc Ecko
    Biography & Autobiography
    4.06 (725)

    As instructive as it is innovative, unlabel will empower you to channel your creativity, find the courage to defy convention, and summon the confidence to act and compete in any environment. this visual blueprint will teach you how to grow both creatively and commercially by testing your personal brand against the principles of the authenticity formula. marc ecko shares the bruising mistakes and remarkable triumphs that reveal the truth behind his success, growing from a misfit kid airbrushing t-shirts in his parents’ garage to the bold creator of two hugely

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    a good book...check that out

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  • Show Your Work!

    Show Your Work!

    Show Your Work!

    Austin Kleon
    Self-Help
    4.1 (38,149)

    In his new york times bestseller steal like an artist, austin kleon showed readers how to unlock their creativity by “stealing” from the community of other movers and shakers. now, in an even more forward-thinking and necessary book, he shows how to take that critical next step on a creative journey—getting known. show your work! is about why generosity trumps genius. it’s about getting findable, about using the network instead of wasting time “networking.” it’s not self-promotion, it’s self-discovery—let others into your process, then let them steal from you. filled

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    Recommended on the Tim Ferriss Show

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  • The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing

    The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing

    The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing

    Al Ries,Jack Trout
    Marketing
    4.04 (19,048)

    There are laws of nature, so why shouldn't there be laws of marketing?as al ries and jack trout—the world-renowned marketing consultants and bestselling authors of positioning—note, you can build an impressive airplane, but it will never leave the ground if you ignore the laws of physics, especially gravity. why then, they ask, shouldn't there also be laws of marketing that must be followed to launch and maintain winning brands? in the 22 immutable laws of marketing, ries and trout offer a compendium of twenty-two innovative rules for understanding and succeeding

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    Recommended on the Tim Ferriss Show

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  • The Rise of Superman

    The Rise of Superman

    The Rise of Superman

    Steven Kotler
    Business & Economics
    3.91 (4,397)

    An exploration of how extreme athletes break the limits of ultimate human performance and what we can learn from their mastery of the state of consciousness known as “flow” in this groundbreaking book, new york times–bestselling author steven kotler decodes the mystery of ultimate human performance. drawing on over a decade of research and first-hand interviews with dozens of top action and adventure sports athletes such as big–wave legend laird hamilton, big–mountain snowboarder jeremy jones, and skateboarding pioneer danny way, kotler explores the frontier science of “flow,” an optimal state

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    a good book...check that out

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  • Daring Greatly

    Daring Greatly

    Daring Greatly

    Brené Brown
    Business & Economics
    4.25 (168,816)

    “it is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. the credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; . . . who at best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly.” —theodore rooseveltevery day we experience the uncertainty, risks,

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    a good book...check that out

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