The hustle economy: transforming your creativity into a career
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Contributors:
Oberholtzer, Jason, editor.
Hagy, Jessica, illustrator.
Published:
Philadelphia, PA : Running Press, [2016].
Format:
Book
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223 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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To survive in today's gig economy, you must be a mover, a shaker, a doer, and a maker. In The Hustle Economy , we give you 25 essays from founders, writers, producers, game makers, artists, and creative types from every path who share one common trait,they are all self-made hustlers who have managed to turn their creativity into careers.In this collection you will find essays from: Producer and performer Mike Rugnetta on why Do what you love" is both the best and worst piece of advice you'll ever receive.Author, television writer, and humourist Emma Koenig on staying focused and productive no matter what life throws at you.Web comic Zach Weinersmith on the equation for success and using your creativity to do what the rest of us won't.Trendspotter Jess Kimball Leslie on identifying your skills and turning it into a successful career. This book exists to inspire and inform. Your creative career is attainable, and we'll show you how to do it and why it's worth it. Complete list of essayists: Nick Douglas, Ben Grelle (aka The Frogman), Adrian Sanders, Farah Khalid, Mike Rugnetta, Emma Koenig, Asha Dornfest, Kelsey Hanson, Mónica Guzmán, Thomas Leveritt, Casey Bowers, Josephine Decker, Donna Salgado, Alex Pearlman, Dante Shepherd, Brad O'Farrell, Jess Kimball Leslie, Meredith Haggerty, Alex Larsen, Nancy Zastudil, Lee LeFever, Jeff Wysaski, Zach Weinersmith
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9780762460199, 0762460199

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"To survive in todays gig economy, you must be a mover, a shaker, a doer, and a maker. In The Hustle Economy, we give you 25 essays from founders, writers, producers, game makers, artists, and creative types from every path who share one common traitthey are all self-made hustlers who have managed to turn their creativity into careers."--Page [4] of cover.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Oberholtzer, J., & Hagy, J. (2016). The hustle economy: transforming your creativity into a career. Philadelphia, PA: Running Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Oberholtzer, Jason and Jessica, Hagy. 2016. The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career. Philadelphia, PA: Running Press.

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Oberholtzer, Jason and Jessica, Hagy, The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career. Philadelphia, PA: Running Press, 2016.

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Oberholtzer, Jason,, and Jessica Hagy. The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career. Philadelphia, PA: Running Press, 2016. Print.

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