Book Club For Creative Freelancers
A book club for creative freelancers focused on business and mindset.
We meet every 2 weeks on a casual, drop in basis. Each book will have 6 to 8 weeks to complete.
It's kind of a combined Happy Hour & Book Club with no fees, no selling, and no pressure.
Leverage the power of community - join the club.
Book Club is on summer break until late September 2023
Our last book of the spring was Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
Sign up now to be notified when we start again.
Meetings are every 2 weeks on Wednesdays for 60 to 90 minutes, depending on how many people are there.
Cocktails are encouraged. Real pants are optional.
We are focusing on entrepreneurial business and mindset books that have inspired us or that we have been meaning to read. Each book has 6 to 8 weeks to complete.
Every 2 Weeks on Wednesdays
Start at 4:00pm (pdt)
Meeting goes for 60 minutes and there is no pressure or obligation to have done the reading.
What Its Like
Meet with everyone in the Zoom Room for casual conversation about the themes, sharing our thoughts, and looking at how to apply the ideas to ourselves and our businesses.
Drop in, bring a drink, and chat - mostly it is about the chatting.
Hi! I'm Aura McKay
I am your host for the Book Club For Creative Freelancers
I am the Founder of Business of Creativity and for over 20 years, I was a successful creative freelancer making a living and having a life doing work I loved.
During my career as an international award winning photographer, I discovered how little support creative entrepreneurs get on business and marketing. We get all kinds of great training on our creative skills but not so much on getting clients we love and work that inspires us.
So, using my background in Financial Management, Marketing Communications, and Curriculum Development for various institutes, I designed and built the Business of Creativity.
I believe that creatives need an alternative to old school, 20th century business theories that don't actually work for for multi-passionate people in a gig economy.
I believe that it takes more than information to achieve great results.