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Jackie Van Nice

Hi Nick! I think they just handed me a whopping $4.39. I'll assume you're talking about work-related books. As simple as they are, Austin Kleon's Steal Like an Artist and Show Your Work are nice - and beautifully formatted for e-reading. But I have those.

For a book I don't have, I'd choose Julie Dirksen's Design for How People Learn. I always hear great things about it but haven't read it yet.

Nick n/a

Hi Nick,

I'm now going to check out my amazon account. Haven't used it for a while.

My book would be:

Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space in the Organization Chart

Geary A. Rummler , Alan P. Brache

Although I already have a copy of this book, I'd buy another one as a backup copy. (I read paper books really fast and tend to wear them out quick.)

Ashley Chiasson
I have many!
Creative, Inc.: The Ultimate Guide to Running a Successful Freelance Business - Joy Deangdeelert Cho and Meg Mateo Ilasco
Do Cool Sh*t - Miki Agrawal
Daring Greatly - Brene Brown
Instructional Design Specific:
Mastering Adobe Captivate 7 - Damien Bruyndonckx (on my to read list)
Design for How People Learn - Julie Dirksen
Learning Articulate Storyline - Stephanie Harnett
Any of the E-Learning Uncovered books - I found the Storyline one especially useful when used in tandem with Learning Articulate Storyline.