Introducing a New Book for Time-Crunched Creatives: 99U’s “Manage Your Day-to-Day”

Are you putting off your most important creative work day after day, as you fend off a constant stream of emails, interruptions, and urgent requests? Is your adrenaline and anxiety regularly running high, while your sense of meaningful accomplishment is running low?

It’s time for a reality check about the way we’re working. Our current model is frantic, stressful, and just plain unproductive when it comes to the things that matter most. Beyond that, it just doesn’t serve our creativity.

To help us all recalibrate our workflow for sanity, sustainability, and meaningful productivity, Behance’s 99U decided to create a smart, succinct book about how to manage your daily workflow that’s specifically tailored to creative minds.

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We’re thrilled to introduce Manage Your Day-to-Day, the first book in a new 99U series which assembles insights around four key skill sets that we believe are essential to success: building a rock-solid daily routine, taming your tools (before they tame you), finding focus in a distracted world, and sharpening your creative mind.

Dedicating a chapter to each of these focus areas, 99U invited 20 incredible creative minds to share their expertise, including:

Seth Godin
Stefan Sagmeister
Tony Schwartz
Gretchen Rubin
Dan Ariely
Steven Pressfield
Scott Belsky
James Victore
& many more

The result is a tightly-edited collection of best practices that will help you shift your mindset, recalibrate your workflow, and push more incredible ideas to completion. It’s not just a book, it’s a wake-up call for your creativity.

You can order the book exclusively on Amazon. To learn more, check out the book trailer below:

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