Continuing education play a huge part in your journey as a freelancer. This is a great article that offers a list of seven books every freelancer should read to not only continue your education but to help you grow as well.

  1. Abundance Now: Amplify Your Life & Achieve Prosperity Today
    By Lisa Nichols and Janet Switzer

If you pictured your ideal life, what would it look like? How different is it from your life right now? “This life of abundance is something you get to define for yourself,” writes motivational speaker Lisa Nichols. Get inspired with this journey from a life of brokenness to a life of possibility.

  1. Art Thinking: How to Carve Out Creative Space in a World of Schedules, Budgets, and Bosses
    By Amy Whitaker

We all have big dreams; that’s nothing new. But it’s easy to let our big dreams slide and be replaced with logical, number-driven thinking. Take back the creative thinking in life—which includes failure. Learn how to bring creativity into your work again.

  1. Ego is Enemy
    By Ryan Holiday

Ryan Holiday has certainly lead a life to be envious of. Since the ripe age of 22, the young entrepreneur advised everyone from rock stars to best-selling authors in media strategy. In his latest book, he addresses the dangers of early success and allowing your ego to stunt true growth.

  1. Negotiating the Nonegotiable: How to Resolve Your Most Emotionally Charged Conflicts
    By Daniel Shapiro

This step-by-step guide to negotiating is based on Harvard-trained conflict expert Daniel Shapiro’s 20 years of research in the field. Take back control of the conversation with this science-packed, easy-to-read guide.

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