Creativity For Sale: How I Made $1,000,000 Wearing T-Shirts and How You Can Turn Your Passion Into Profit, Too

Creativity For Sale: How I Made $1,000,000 Wearing T-Shirts and How You Can Turn Your Passion Into Profit, Too

Creativity For Sale: How I Made ,000,000 Wearing T-Shirts and How You Can Turn Your Passion Into Profit, Too

Creativity For Sale: How I Made ,000,000 Wearing T-Shirts and How You Can Turn Your Passion Into Profit, Too

Successful entrepreneur Jason Surfrapp (formerly Jason Headsetsdotcom and Jason Sadler) shares his hard-earned advice on how to use out of the box thinking to turn passions into profits. Creativity For Sale is the story of how Jason took a crazy idea (IWearYourShirt) and turned it into social media marketing empire that generated over M in revenue in just a few short years.

Whether you work at a 9-5 desk job, currently own your own business, or are an aspiring creative entreprene

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  • 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredibly honest, funny, and unique, with actionable tips for entrepreneurs., June 2, 2014
    By 
    J. Hopkinson (NYC) –
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    This review is from: Creativity For Sale: How I Made $1,000,000 Wearing T-Shirts and How You Can Turn Your Passion Into Profit, Too (Kindle Edition)
    I’ve known Jason for several years now, ever since I interviewed “this crazy t-shirt guy” when I was working at WIRED. We’ve kept in touch and I’ve watched his business evolve, reinvent itself, and raise the bar at every step. When the time came, how could I not buy a “t-shirt day” from him (he went WAY above and beyond) and help out with the publishing of this book (page 182!).

    I really enjoyed the book…. here’s why:
    – It’s unique. The book essentially featured a “sponsored tweet” at the bottom of every page. I didn’t find this to be a distraction at all… it was like an easter egg on every page. I probably dog-earned 20 pages to go back later and check out some of the messages. And the fact that he was able to fund the entire book by doing this is pretty awesome.
    – It’s funny. Jason’s style really comes through in the writing. It’s like you’re sitting having a conversation with him. A very easy and casual read.
    – It’s actionable. With so many sponsors and creative ideas, Jason has the chops to back up his advice.
    – It’s honest. While I felt I knew Jason fairly well through our few meetings and his online persona, he really ‘peels back the onion’ and talks about what it’s really like to be an entrepreneur. This by far was the most valuable part of the book. While he’s had amazing success, he’s not afraid to go into great detail to talk about the highs and lows of running your own business… fears, payroll struggles, changing values, debt, relationships, fun, creativity, adventure, and more.

    No matter what his last name is when you read this, pick up a copy of Jason’s book.

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  • 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the Best Books I’ll Ever Read, June 3, 2014
    By 
    Michelle Hutzler (Florida, USA) –

    Luckily, one of my friends got me a pre-released copy signed by Jason and personalized by him. My friend knows that I have been following Jason for years (probably 3 or so at this point) and knows that I want to turn my crazy ideas into reality, so as an early birthday present, she got me a copy of Creativity For Sale.

    Normally, I’m not much for reading this type of book, however, I have been giving heavy thought on turning my idea into a reality. After finishing this book, I can honestly say I feel prepared to start my new venture and finally make a decision in my crossroads of my life right now.

    Jason goes step-by-step on how best to start a new business and also gives some mistakes that he has made over the years through his businesses. He doesn’t downplay the importance of certain things and doesn’t glorify anything. He calls it how he sees it. Which is truly refreshing.

    After reading CFS, I feel truly inspired and want to do something with my life and even put down the book about halfway through just so I could clean out my garage (which, mind you, has been pestering me since about a month after we moved in which was over a year ago). It’s not that Jason gives you motivational quotes and blah, blah, blah; he gives you the tools to get things done in a plain, witty language that speaks to the entrepreneur in most of us. And, yes, you read that correctly, most of us. I say most of us because as Jason warns, owning your own business is probably the most stressful and most rewarding job out there, but I want to add that it is not for the faint of heart.

    So, in conclusion, if you want to start a business or launch a new product/service, THIS is the book for you.

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  • 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Walking the Creativity Talk!, June 8, 2014
    By 
    Scott W. Stratten (Oakville, ON Canada) –
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 3:23 Mins

    Watch the video for the reason why that not only am I enjoying this book, but why it’s one of the only books I’ve ever done a review for.

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