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Dark Blue/Argyle Coolnotes Journal
Dark Blue/Argyle Coolnotes Journal
by teNeues Publishing Company
Edition: Misc. Supplies
Price: 7.89

5.0 out of 5 stars very good quality of paper, 25 Nov 2013
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I love the Coolnotes notebooks because of there very good quality of paper as I'm writing with a rollerball pen.
You can easily write on the papers without the ink is visible (although little visible but acceptable ) on the other reverse side of the paper.


The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?
The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?
by Seth Godin
Edition: Paperback
Price: 9.09

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5.0 out of 5 stars New Connections Create New Connections, 1 Jan 2013
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This book is a real support for the artist, described by Seth Godin as the person - entrepreneur who makes a difference in society by creating change which connects people. The Connection economy as opposed to the Industrialist economy.

To be that kind of person/artist/linchpin, you have to abandon the status quo or comfort zone mindset. The value of art resides in the willingness to take risks and to become vulnerable (like the first time you speak in public), not by taking calculated risks nor by excel sheets with projected earnings.

The traditional industrialist economy is led by the million years' old lizard brain that always looks for safety and survival of the status quo.
Being an artist means living from the soul in a state of an abundance mindset, and embracing the lizard brain: it is because you can and will fail that new ideas can be born.
Some ideas will die, and therefore new ideas can be born. It is part of life.
New ideas create new ideas in turn: it is a process resulting from interactions and connections. Like a teacher improves his understanding by teaching and finally becomes a better teacher, i.e. by acting.
New connections create new connections
Who will your customers become after they have interacted with you?
Don't expect applause or approval from the critics: when your work depends on something out of your control you lose your soul, your artwork.
If you feel resistance, it's a good sign: it means that something new can be created, and is therefore not to be avoided.

Great book written from the SOUL
Every page contains something valuable that you can highlight with a marker.


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