None of us should allow the collective wisdom of experts to prove definitive. When you take a chance and miss, there's only one thing to do: work harder and return with more conviction. (OK. That's two things to do. Sue me.)
In this interview Guy talks about the process of self-publishing and what makes it a better option. Guy shares his thoughts on publishing and why he decided to forgo the traditional model and go indie.
For those who think that alternative routes of publishing a book are only for poor schmucks who can't get a traditional publisher, Guy Kawasaki and Tim Ferriss are legitimizing unconventional strategies and opening up a whole new world for everyone.
I had an idea recently for an art piece: Print out an unpublished novel then delete all files of it. Take the printout and set it on the rail of the Brooklyn Bridge and wait for a good wind. Document with video.
These are the people who helped move indie films from the art house to the Oscars. These are people who take pride in being the ones to discover--and pass along--the newest indie film, garage band and self-published book.