While much of freelancing must be learned through a hands-on approach, it’s still important to utilize as many resources as possible.

From online blogs and podcasts to classes and books, there are a ton of resources that you should be taking advantage of.

Inc has put together a great list of the top books for 2015 that all freelancers could benefit from reading.

If you’re just in the beginning stages of your freelance career, then book #1 is right up your alley.

“1. The Art of the Start 2.0

Subtitle: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything

Author: Guy Kawasaki

5 Second Summary: A step-by-step how-to guide for starting a business while avoiding the pitfalls that trip up the unwary. An absolute must-read. Buy it, read it, thank me later.

Best Quote: “To do things right from the start and fix them later. At this stage, you are forming the DNA of your startup, in this genetic code is permanent. By paying attention to a few important issues, you can build the right foundation and free yourself to concentrate on the big challenges.””

See the entire list at Inc.