EP 170 | Write Your Book with Anna-Cairin McNamara
May 11, 2020
Writing a book is something many designers dream of doing but very few sit down to make it happen. Anna-Carin McNamara did write her book, and “Make a home to Love” not only showcases her gorgeous design work, it speaks to her process and philosophy, offering clients a permanent record of her expert aesthetic.
In this episode we learn:
- a book of your design projects is a business card on steroids
- stop thinking your skill set is all intuition, there is a process, write it down
- writing a book can help you define and refine your process
- it takes discipline to write the book, schedule time
Anna loves the Jedi Mindset from Blair Enns of Win Without Pitching:
- I am the expert; I am the prize.
- I am on a mission to help
- But I can only do that if you let me lead.
- I understand that all will not follow, and that’s okay.
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