Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity by Hugh MacLeod


If The Gnoll Credo is life-changing, then Ignore Everybody is eye-opening. I read this book and I realized that the jaded office drone in me, who had been dreaming of pursuing the arts as a job for seven years, had been missing the point completely. Cartoonist and author Hugh MacLeod has composed over one hundred pages of advice on how to cultivate one’s innovative abilities. He draws upon his experience in both the office and the arts to produce a list of forty pieces of advice, wisdom, recommendations and soft skills that will benefit mostly the creative types but everyone overall. I recommend this easy-to-read volume of guidelines to anyone with even a shred of creativity that lurks in their veins.

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