What to Do When It's Your Turn (and It's Always Your Turn)
By Seth Godin
A full-color book about art, bravery and doing work that matters.
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ABOUT THE BOOK (In the author's own words):
- It is in full color throughout. It feels more like a high-end magazine than a book, and I think even people who hesitate to buy and read books will be engaged by this one.
- The format is new for me and as far as I know, no author has written a book quite this way. My hope, if we are able to reach a lot of people, is that I'll be able to do other books like this, and even better, so will you and other people with ideas to share.
- Explores, as directly as I can, the dance we all have to do with our fears, the tension we all must embrace in order to do work that we care about. It pushes us to dig deep inside so we can do better work and impact the things we care about.
- Is urgent, personal, in-your-face and as honest as I could make it.
Some of the people featured in the book include:
Mark Frauenfelder, Timothy Leary, Grace Hopper, Miles Davis, Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Leonardo Davinci, Leonard Bernstein, Ai Wei Wei, Erich Fromm, Mike Ambassador Bruny, Allison Myers, Akira Kurosawa, Walter Mischel, Richard Nixon, Isaac Asimov, Ella Fitzgerald, Gutenberg, Shirley Chisolm, Heisenberg, Madame Curie, The Staypuft Marshmallow Man, and David Crosby.
[About the cover: That's Annie Kenney, who died about 70 years ago. She was a mill worker in England, a member of the downtrodden working class, and an early suffragette. At a rally for women's right to vote, she asked a member of Parliament for his position on the issue. When he refused to answer, she pushed back, making such a ruckus that she went to jail for three days. Her courage amplified a movement that ended up changing the world. Millions of women could have taken their turn in that moment, but it took Annie to step up and do it.]
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