Welcome Creative Live

February 22, 2013 — 7 Comments

To all the new people who are just coming to this site from my Creative Live course, welcome. To all my regular readers, go check out the class–it runs for the next two days and it’s free. To both of you: a new post is coming Monday and a reading newsletter as well.

Reading newsletter? Yes, I give book recommendations to more than 5,000 people each and every month. (see my favorites from 2012). You should sign up.

For some of my recent marketing writing at the New York Observer and Fast Company read:
Hail Corporate: The Increasingly Insufferable Fakery of Brands on Reddit (from today)
Why Books Are The Ultimate New Business Card
Out of Reach: If the Media Covers You, You’d Better Bring an Audience
Broken on Purpose: Why Getting It Wrong Pays More Than Getting It Right
Everything Is Marketing: How Growth Hackers Redefine The Game

For some of my bigger posts here read:
Advice to a Young Man Hoping to Go Somewhere (Or Get Something From Someone Succesful)
The Narrative Fallacy (also see The Soundtrack of Your Life Delusion and The Second Act Fallacy)
The Dress Suit Bribe
Contemptuous Expressions
A False Sense
Stoicism 101: A Practical Guide for Entrepreneurs

Anyway, glad to have you. Stick around. Enjoy the class. We’ll be back to regular programming shortly.

Ryan Holiday

I'm a strategist for bestselling authors and billion dollar brands like American Apparel, Tucker Max and Robert Greene. My work has been used as case studies by Twitter, YouTube and Google and has been written about in AdAge, the New York Times, Gawker and Fast Company.

7 responses to Welcome Creative Live

  1. Thanks for the list of great articles. You should post your work here more often.

  2. Thanks for the links. Just bought your course because we’re busy planning an anti-smoking campaign for a client on a shoestring budget. Am going to carve out time to watch and read this weekend–I’m sure it’ll all prove very useful.

  3. What do you mean free? The site says it costs $200.

  4. This is off-topic, but have you checked out the book Quiet : The Power of Introverts (http://www.amazon.com/Quiet-Power-Introverts-World-Talking/dp/0307352145)?

    To follow-up–would you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert?

    FWIW I think this would make for an interesting blog post.

    Thanks again!

    Cooper

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