Amanda Palmer's book, The Art of Asking is pretty darn compellling. It was full of insights to all creatives and was pretty mind-blowing to some of us. Amanda Palmer is a performance artist with the band The Dresden Dolls, now performing independently. She gave a great TED talk on how she became the largest recipient of crowd-funding for her music, which led to this book.
Do you wonder how some people get all the success and you're kind of stuck hoping people will just like your stuff? You might like this book.
Do you think that women have more difficulties asking/negotiating for help than men do? You might like this book.
Do you want to strengthen your business net of support? You might like this book.
Do you need encouragement to overcome your fears and learn to trust your tribe? You might like this book.
Do you view the internet and social media as a vapid, one-way, narcissistic conversation? You might like this book.
Do you want to engage more with your followers/buyers/readers/clients? You might like this book.
Do you ever want to stand in a public square asking people to write on your naked body with a Sharpie. You might like this book.
Christina, Jeb, Anne and I had a really lively conversation about how this book affected us on The Juice Cast podcast.