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The Affluent Artist

Author : Rick DiBiasio
ISBN : 9781614484011
Genre : Business & Economics
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“A ‘must read’ for the creative person who wants to implement their creative power to obtain lasting financial abundance, freedom and independence” (Linda Mackenzie, founder, Positive Talk Radio). The Affluent Artist invites artists from all walks of life to throw out the stereotypes about art and money and allow financial abundance into their lives. Whether you’ve been learning to train dolphins for SeaWorld, working as a Broadway dancer or as an Imagineer for Disney, chances are you’ve been learning about the craft, not about personal finance. This book offers business and financial planning wisdom to creative individuals who find themselves in the roles of the Starving Artist, the Corporate Artist, the Self Employed Artist and the Affluent Artist. The book includes stories and interviews with artists in each of these roles as well as Financial Stuff You Just Gotta Know, a humorous and necessary primer on financial terms and situations, as well as a how-to on avoiding financial pitfalls, and a business fable based on Rick DiBiasio’s years of experience helping artists find their financial footing. “Most people don’t believe they can live their passion and make a lot of money at the same time. Not only does Rick’s book debunk that myth, he teaches you HOW to do it. If you want to make a lot of money doing what you love to do, GET THIS BOOK and read it cover to cover so you can LIVE YOUR LIFE OUT LOUD.” —Sean Smith, Master Results coach

Stupid Ugly Unlucky And Rich

Author : Richard St. John
ISBN : 9780973900903
Genre : Self-Help
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Have you ever wondered what leads to success. Do you just need to be smart, great looking, or lucky? Richard St. John says those things dont lead to success. And he should know. He spent 10 years interviewing over 500 successful people, from Martha Stewart, to actor Russell Crowe, to DNA discoverer James Watson, to the top people in many fields. After analyzing and sorting all the information, Richard discovered the top 8 factors that are the foundation for success in any field. He also discovered that many successful people aren't especially smart, good-looking, or lucky. They're ordinary people, without special gifts, who achieve success by following the8 factors. Richard himself is a good example. He says, "I could never figure o ut how an ordinary guy like me succeeded in business, won top awards and became a millionaire. So I started a project to ask other people what led to their success, and it grew into a 10-year journey of discovery." The story is in Richards new book, Stupid, Ugly, Unlucky and RICH Spikes Guide to Success, an easy-to-read analysis that gets beyond the clichés to distill what the worlds most successful people really do have in common.

Comic Book Artist Collection

Author : Jon B. Cooke
ISBN : 189390542X
Genre : Art
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Presents collections of articles that cover the history of comic books along with interviews with notable cartoonists.

The Faux Finish Artist

Author : Jimmy Eldridge Hager
ISBN : 9781462832736
Genre : Architecture
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Written for beginners and professionals alike, The Faux Finish Artist is a training manual for people who want to earn at least $500 a day as a working Decorative Artist. Whether you are a canvas painter, contractor, subcontractor, interior designer, or maybe youve never picked up a paint brush and simply want to earn extra income, Jimmy Eldridge Hager draws on his 35 years of experience as a working Decorative Artist to show you, step by step, how its done. From your first sample board, to your first client presentation, to building a successful business, The Faux Finish Artist will cut years off your learning curve. If youve ever considered a career as a working Decorative Artist, this book was written for you.

No Budget Filmmaking Or How To Be A Well Known Filmmaker Be Broke At The Same Time

Author : Jack Truman
ISBN : 9781300615187
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How To Magically Make A Lot Of Money

Author : Robin Sacredfire
Genre : Business & Economics
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How rich would you like to be? Can you clearly say how much money you would like to see in your bank account? Can you describe what kind of objects you would like to possess? And, more importantly, what would you like to do to get all that? Following with the previous questions, do you think you deserve all that? What would you feel if you had it all? The answers to these questions are far more important than what may seem. This book will clearly show why, while describing how anyone can become a multimillionaire, even without anything to start with. The amount of stories of individuals that, while sleeping on a friend's couch, have achieved amazing results in life, proves the relevance of this information. What would you be willing to give for an idea that would make you extremely rich? What would you give for this information? Would you be willing to give more than the price of this book? The secrets here exposed are worth billions for those that use them in a daily basis to make a living, while the rest consistently labors from 9 to 5, or more, in a full-time job, very likely inside a company created by someone applying them. There are specific rules to obtain abundance and every single wealthy person in this planet follows them to maintain theirs. The principles have thousands of years and are still being applied today as before, and in the same way they've always been. In the following chapters of this book a path is shown to learn what only 1% of the population has realized, namely, how to magically attract wealth and become financially independent. And, based on the same laws, it will also be possible to notice the relation between fame, success and a wealthy mindset. Famous individuals, rich business owners and successful musicians and writers have a lot in common. That's why it's becoming more common to see people with all these characteristics. They know something you don't. The content of this book reveals their secret.


Author : Hendrik Hertzberg
ISBN : 9781101200926
Genre : History
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Cause for jubilation: One of America’s wisest and most necessary voices has distilled what he knows about politics, broadly speaking, into one magnificent volume. Here at last are Henrik Hertzberg’s most significant, hilarious, and devastating dispatches from the American scene he has chronicled for four decades with an uncanny blend of moral seriousness, high spirits, and perfect rhetorical pitch. Politics is at once the story of American life from LBJ to GWB and a testament to the power of the written word in the right hands. In those hands, politics encompasses everyone from Jerry Garcia to Rush Limbaugh, every place from New Hampshire to Nicaragua, and everything from Playboy vs. Penthouse to Bush vs. Gore. Hendrik Hertzberg breaks down American politics into its component parts—campaigns, debates, rhetoric, the media, wars (cultural, countercultural, and real), high crimes and misdemeanors, the right, and more. Each section begins with a new piece of writing framing the subject at hand and contains the choicest, most illuminating pieces from his body of work. Politics is a tour of the defining moments of American life from the mid-’60s till the mid-’00s, a ride though recent American history with one of the most insightful and engaging guides imaginable, a writer who consistently makes us see more clearly and feel more deeply. “Politics is invaluable for all sorts of reasons—chief among them being decades of elegant writing in the service of surgical intelligence.”—Toni Morrison

Chuck Klosterman On Rock

Author : Chuck Klosterman
ISBN : 9781451624496
Genre : Social Science
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From Fargo Rock City; Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs; Chuck Klosterman IV; and Eating the Dinosaur, these essays are now available in this ebook collection for fans of Klosterman’s writing on rock music.

Try A Different Pose

Author : David M. Renka
ISBN : 9786050303452
Genre : Art
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This book is for people who are curious about how it is to draw someone nude and for those who wonder how it would be to pose nude. It is also for students like the one who shyly turned to me during a photography class and confessed that he felt awkward working with the model; he was afraid of disturbing her. And, what follows is my response to those who upon learning that I am a figurative artist have told me how lucky I am to have an excuse to see “a lot of broads with no clothes on.”

The Plenitude

Author : Rich Gold
ISBN : 9780262072892
Genre : Business & Economics
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Lessons from and for the creative professions of art, science, design, and engineering: how to live in and with the Plenitude, that dense, knotted ecology of human-made stuff that creates the need for more of itself. We live with a lot of stuff. The average kitchen, for example, is home to stuff galore, and every appliance, every utensil, every thing, is compound--composed of tens, hundreds, even thousands of other things. Although each piece of stuff satisfies some desire, it also creates the need for even more stuff: cereal demands a spoon; a television demands a remote. Rich Gold calls this dense, knotted ecology of human-made stuff the "Plenitude." And in this book--at once cartoon treatise, autobiographical reflection, and practical essay in moral philosophy--he tells us how to understand and live with it. Gold writes about the Plenitude from the seemingly contradictory (but in his view, complementary) perspectives of artist, scientist, designer, and engineer--all professions pursued by him, sometimes simultaneously, in the course of his career. "I have spent my life making more stuff for the Plenitude," he writes, acknowledging that the Plenitude grows not only because it creates a desire for more of itself but also because it is extraordinary and pleasurable to create. Gold illustrates these creative expressions with witty cartoons. He describes "seven patterns of innovation"--including "The Big Kahuna," "Colonization" (which is illustrated by a drawing of "The real history of baseball," beginning with "Play for free in the backyard" and ending with "Pay to play interactive baseball at home"), and "Stuff Desires to Be Better Stuff" (and its corollary, "Technology Desires to Be Product"). Finally, he meditates on the Plenitude itself and its moral contradictions. How can we in good conscience accept the pleasures of creating stuff that only creates the need for more stuff? He quotes a friend: "We should be careful to make the world we actually want to live in."

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