"[Show Your Work is] timeless; readers can return to it repeatedly throughout life and still glean useful ideas and tips... Anyone starting out (or starting over)...will find upbeat encouragement here."
“Some people are natural self-promoters. For others, it’s painfully difficult to put their work out there. In this creatively designed pocket-sized book, Kleon offers the latter group effective strategies that allow them to share their work without leaving their comfort zone…. Kleon’s advice is sassy and spot-on.”
“[The] subtitle could just as easily be, ‘How to Self-promote Without Being a Jerkface.’ It’s an incredibly useful and compulsively readable short book.”
“Kleon addresses with equal parts humility, honesty, and humor one of the quintessential questions of the creative life: How do you get ‘discovered’? In some ways, the book is the mirror-image of Kleon’s debut — rather than encouraging you to ‘steal’ from others… it offers a blueprint to making your work influential enough to be theft-worthy.”
“A must-read for anyone involved in the creative process.”
“Kleon’s powerful advice makes this small-format book not-at-all little.”
“In this motivating book, packed with smart approaches, ideas and quotes, Kleon teaches you how best to navigate through creative work in the present day. . . . A certain and deserved bestseller.”
“It’s not often that I find myself reviewing a book that I can say has already changed my life. . . . At a crucial turn in this fabulous little wallop of a book comes the simple directive, ‘Share something small every day.’ That ‘something’ oughtn’t be your Instagrammed latte or a selfie, but something ‘useful or interesting’ about your work. Put enough somethings out there, and a lone artist or entrepreneur can soon be a productive part of a creative community.”
This book didn't necessarily tell me anything I didn't already know, but I got it to help communicate certain things to other Creative Professionals and so I can do a video review... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
A lot of crear insights about personal Marcelino and delfín promotion, you have to read italianas ir you want to exist in a new business, academic or artistic environment!Published 3 days ago by Hector Beltran
Disorganized use of worn out memes.
A few useful thoughts, but that's bound to happen when compiling cliches about creativity & marketing.
Waste of time & money.
Not what I was hoping for and not truly practical for teaching in my opinion.Published 5 days ago by Debbie L.
I loved this book and it's companion, "Steal like an artist". Both are full of good life advice, really. Very easy ready. Not long. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Sabre Jet
Very motivating. So good I'd give my copy away and buy another.
It's a easy read. Need encouragement on how to get customers? You found the right book!