Making Ideas Happen
“Ideas are worthless if you can’t make them happen.” The process of turning your ideas in reality takes organization, execution, communal forces, and leadership. For several years I have been a part of the Behance community and followed the evolution of Behance lead by Scott Belsky from a product line, to a consultancy, creative network, productivity web application, thought leader, conference, and now a book.
I’ve had this book on pre-order since February and next week on April 15th the book will finally ship. I’m anticipating this book to be one of the more valuable books I read this year; based on Behance’s other content and the reviews I’m sure it’ll live up to my anticipation.
Many of us believe that great ideas inevitably lead to success. Nothing could be further from the truth. Whether it is the perfect solution for an everyday problem or a bold new concept for a creative masterpiece, you must transform vision into reality for an idea to have value.
This book chronicles the methods of exceptionally productive creative leaders and teams – companies like Google, IDEO, and Disney, and individuals like author Chris Anderson and Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh – that make their ideas happen, time and time again.
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Between now and Monday, April 12th (11:59pm PST) reblog this post on Tumblr, and I’ll randomly select one (1) person who reblogged this post to send you a copy of the book.