[[ PDF / Epub ]] ★ Big Deal Author Robert Hoekman Jr. – Marjoriejane.co.uk

Big Deal files Big Deal , read online Big Deal , free Big Deal , free Big Deal , Big Deal db1300029 For The Past Six Years, I Have Been Flown All Over The World, Put Up In Great Hotels, Fed Great Dinners, Introduced To Amazing People, Offered A Microphone, And Paid For Taking It And This Has Been Great I Won T Lie But This Microcosmic Form Of Fame Comes With Baggage Just Like That Other, Much Bigger Kind, And I Have Learned Just How Bad Things Can Get When You Claim A Spot At The Cool Kids Table For All The Wrong Reasons.This Book Is Not About How To Develop Your Professional Career, Nor About The Low Art Of Self Promotion It S The Story Of My Experience With Nano Celebrity, And A Reflection On What I Learned In The Process It S A Story Of Professional Success, Personal Failure, And Soul Searching Redemption While Teaching A Man To Fish Is Certainly Valuable Than Giving Him One, The Real Value Is In The Story Of How You Learned Not To Jab Yourself With The Hook.This Is The Story Of My Jabbing Myself With The Hook Candid, Real And Touching Alla Zollers, Via Email If You Are Working In The Web Industry, You Should Take A Break And Read This Book Betrand Dufresne Wonder What It S Like To Be Internet Famous BIGDEALBOOK For Kindle By Rhjr Is A Great Read Josh Crain


10 thoughts on “Big Deal

  1. says:

    Robert Hoekman, Jr is a user experience designer and consultant who is best known for his books about interface design, Designing the Obvious and Designing the Moment His self published book Big Deal On Being Famous to Almost No One tackles a far personal subject In Big Deal Hoekman, Jr recounts his rise to the top of the web design field, and describes how his craving for professional notoriety eventually devastated his personal friendships, marriage, and sense of self worth.The form of celebrity Hoekman Jr discusses in Big Deal has been dubbed micro fame My name is Robert Hoekman, Jr, and in certain rooms, under certain circumstances, at certain moments, surrounded by certain people, and when all these very certain things come together, I am a big fucking deal In other words, Hoekman, Jr might be unknown to the general public, but within the web design industry he is a bona fide rock star.From the unique perspective that this notoriety affords, he takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of the conference rooms, hotel bars, book signings, photo opportunities and corporate retreats that consumed his attention as he rose the ranks of his profession Along the way we rub shoulders with a veritable who s who of the web industry Matt Mullenweg, Jeff Veen, Jeffrey Zeldman, Caterina Fake, Luke Wroblewski, to name but a few.Ultimately Hoekman, Jr s...


  2. says:

    I enjoyed this The author wrote the book in 30 days and this is what it reads like A life story told vividly It s also seems well edited not rough or edgy in any way I read it fluently and with joy It is interesting to follow Robert along as he becomes a professional and rises to fame It is interesting to see how it turns for him I found it brave how honest he writes about his emotions and his relationship.The constant self analysis and altklug voice that goes this is what I was when I was still stupid but now I am wiser bugged me a bit Towards the end, the narrative around his childhood complex is repetitive The last chapter, a relatively abstract what I have learned is rather dry and I wasn t inspired much Because of this, only three stars to what otherwise would have been a four star book Basically, I do this for my own categorisation...


  3. says:

    I gave a full review on the page for this The book deeply resonated with me and I read it in one sitting.


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