David N Meyer is a content editor at getAbstract and author of The 100 Best Films To Rent You've Never Heard Of, Twenty Thousand Roads: The Ballad of Gram Parsons and His Cosmic American Music, The Bee Gees: The Biography, and other books. You can find his essays on film and music at davidnmeyer.com
Yes to the Messby Frank Barrett
Free Like Jazz
Jazz musician and professor of management and global public policy Frank J. Barrett, PhD offers a valentine to jazz that guides leaders to embrace improvisation.
More from Lessby Andrew McAfee
Scientist Andrew McAfee argues that strong economies now consume more while polluting less.
Tools of Titansby Timothy Ferriss
Best-selling author Tim Ferriss offers a cornucopia of dietary, training, spiritual, financial and drug advice to help you become successful.
Divergent Mindby Jenara Nerenberg
Jenara Nerenberg traces her journey to self-knowledge as she examines the discrimination directed toward women with ADHD, autism and extreme sensitivities.
Creative Confidenceby Tom Kelley and David Kelley
Find Your Creativity
The renowned Kelley brothers of IDEO fame condense their inspirational approach to personal creativity into a workable, fun manual for everyone.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Upby Marie Kondo
Declutter Your Life
Gracefully telling people what to do and how to sort and pitch their stuff is no easy feat, yet Kondo does so with ease.
Spark Joyby Marie Kondo
Tidy Up for Inner Peace
Best-selling decluttering expert Marie Kondo offers a detailed, illustrated guide to her singular method for tidying up your home and soul.
Smarter Faster Betterby Charles Duhigg
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg, best-selling author of The Power of Habit, is an engaging writer with a compelling roster of stories.
Dare to Leadby Brené Brown
Bestseller Brené Brown supplements her Daring Greatly and Rising Strong with exercises and insights specifically for leaders.
Casteby Isabel Wilkerson
A Classic of American History
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson presents an indispensable overview of racism in the United States and its economic and social impacts.