Books that every freelancer should own.

Published on May 11th, 2009 by admin

These books will open your eyes to new ways of thinking and working.

Think and Grow Rich:

Think and Grow RichThis is a classic book by Napoleon Hill. This focuses less on money and more on personal growth. He talks about how having goals and the right attitude can affect your success in all aspects of your life.

Get a copy of Think and Grow Rich

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind:

Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind

There is a difference between how a rich person thinks and how a poor or even an average person thinks. T. Harv Eker explains some of these differences as well as helps you change your perspective about work and money. It’s a little annoying how much he sells his workshop in the book, but if you can look past it then it’s well worth your while.

Get a copy of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

Getting Things Done:

Getting Things DoneProductivity is a major concern for freelancers. This book will help you set priorities, keep projects in perspective and most of all. . . reduce stress!

Get a copy of Getting Things Done

Web Designer’s Success Guide:

Web Designers Success GuideThis is a free online e-book by Kevin Airgid. This was the first book I ever read about freelancing and it’s a good one. You can download your own free copy at

How to be a Rockstar Freelancer:

How to be a Rockstar FreelancerWritten by freelancers for freelancers, the good people at cover every concievable angle of freelance in this book. You can download it as an e-book or purchase a hard copy.

Get a copy from Freelance Switch here

The Artist’s Guild Handbook: Pricing and Ethical Guidelines:

Artist's Guild HandbookFrom taxes to employment, to legal issues, this book provides a comprehensive overview of all the aspects of running a business. It’s particularly useful because it’s organized into career relevant sections such as web design or computer animation. If you’re about to begin your own business but have no Idea where to start, then start with this book!

Get a copy of The Artist’s Guild Handbook: Pricing and Ethical Guidelines

The Tipping Point:

The Tipping PointThere is a point at which something hits the tipping point and becomes huge. Facebook for example, or Twitter. How does this happen? But more importantly ,why does this happen? This book sheds some light on this interesting phenomenon.

Get a copy of The Tipping Point

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