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SoloCamp Leeds: Reading List

Page history last edited by Nathan Richards 12 years, 3 months ago

There were loads of books mentioned throughout the day. For those of us who didn't manage to get down the titles it would be great if we could capture them here. Feel free to complete the listing with author name, links, notes.

 

  • The Paradox of Choice - too much choice is not necessarily good, making decisions is stressful => as freelancers, a life with extra burden of choice
  • Fooled by Randomness - gives insight on how important the role of luck is on success and failure, amongst other things => relieving pressure from fear of failure and "having to succeed"
  • A Perfect Mess - the hidden benefits of disorder => creativity
  • http://jessewarden.com/archives/blingflex/ - Jesse Warden kindly give up his time to produce this really good overview of how to work as a Consultant/Contractor.
  • ...?

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