Praise for The Art of Doing:
“This is really a perfect book... with these inspirational interviews about how to follow your dream, keep your focus, don't take 'no' for an answer and keep your vision ahead of you ” —NBC Weekend Today
"In their new book The Art of Doing, Josh Gosfield and Camille Sweeney show how to go one step further and be a super achiever. They interviewed the masters—people who not only excelled in their field, but actually elevated it to an art form." —MSNBC
"Reading about those who have mastered their worlds is an entertaining way to eavesdrop on excellence, with the hope that some of it may rub off.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"The superachievers in this book divulge the fascinating secrets of their success. ” —Parade Magazine
“What [the authors] discovered is that talent is only the beginning. … It’s what you do with your talent that matters. And that's really a magical idea because it means success is up to you.” —Forbes
"The authors argue anybody can improve their work habits using some of the strategies detailed in what they call the “crash course in success” laid out in their book ” —Yahoo!'s The Daily Ticker
"There’s a lot of good advice in this book. ” —Smithsonian Magazine
Camille Sweeney is a journalist and a MacDowell Arts Colony Fellow. She writes fiction in her spare time.
Josh Gosfield, an award-winning illustrator and fine artist, was the art director at New York Magazine.
Sweeney and Gosfield both live in New York City.
Visit them at: TheArtOfDoing.com
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This book might be interesting for some, but I didn't like it. It's not so much a how-to or theory book as a bunch of bios focusing on the quirky things some really successful... Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. H. Jones
This book has some great stories about people who have reached success in their field. About half way through the book, I started skipping through the stories about people I hadn't... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Veronica
This book isn't what I expected. Perhaps that is my fault for not clearly reading the description. Its an interesting read to see how different people have accomplished their goals... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lorriane
Those that can't :teach - - those that can - do and those of us caught in a calamitous purgatory of "How on earth ?' - buy & read the book .Enough said me thinks !. Read morePublished 19 months ago by dreemtime Klive D
I'm a busy entrepreneur and couldn't wait to read this book. It's interesting to get into the minds of superachievers; what makes them tick, their habits, the "winning"... Read morePublished 19 months ago by MWH
I picked up some great little pearls of wisdom form this book. It won't solve all your problems but the perspective you will gain will be well worth it.Published 20 months ago by A. Beck
This book put into perspective what is needed to be successful based on your field. I love that the points were not the same. The first and last few were the best..Published 22 months ago by K
When I read the reviews of this book I thought it would be tips by super achievers that could be used in everyday life. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jo