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I listened to the audiobook, which I recommend. Savages reads it himself, and hearing it in his voice, with his inflection on what's most important, was very enjoyable. He's a showman, and that makes high perfect for recording, especially his own book.
The book is extremely encouraging, and part of it is letting people know it's OK to be creating whatever moves them, be it models, software, or even cooking. It's not all just a pep talk, however: There is a lot of very practical advice. Part of the advice is how he does things, and part is how you might find your own way.
I especially appreciated his references to being a generalist. I'm a software developer, and consider myself a generalist as well. His take on that helped me immensely.
I highly recommend you pick this up and give it a go.
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Adam discusses many business/professional themed elements without making them seem businessy or boring:
If you’re not expecting a biography, which I did, this isn’t it. Still, the advice and personal anecdotes were entertaining and applicable.