Best of Illustrated Booknotes

Every month I read a different book and produce a set of Illustrated Booknotes for it. Usually there are five or six illustrated notes, each showing one of the key points I got from the book.

I chose my favourite booknote from each one, not an easy thing to do!, and posted them below along with a link to the full booknotes.

Simplicity Has To Be A Mandate


Taken from ‘Company of One’ by Paul Jarvis

Effort Counts Twice


Taken from ‘Grit’ by Angela Duckworth

Ambition Is The Most Primal And Sacred Fundament Of Our Being


Taken from ‘The War of Art’ by Steven Pressfield

The Universe Is Not Short Of Wake-up Calls. We’re Just Quick To Hit The Snooze Button


Taken from ‘The Gifts of Imperfection’ by Brene Brown

The Moment That One Definitely Commits Oneself, Then Providence Moves Too


Taken from ‘The Artist’s Way’ by Julia Cameron

Identify The One Big Domino


Taken from ‘Expert Secrets’ by Russell Brunson

How Much Time Does It Cost?


Taken from: ‘Digital Minimalism’ by Cal Newport