Show Your Work!: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered

Show Your Work!

Authors: Austin Kleon,

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An entrepreneur or even an artist must show their work — this is what New York Times’ bestseller, Austin Kleon, explains in his book Show Your Work! This book encourages readers to be more generous in sharing their work while highlighting the lines to be drawn while sharing, apart from other useful tips for creative people to suceed in today’s Information age.

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