Jonathan Ferguson, Singer / Songwriter / Composer
"While there are many personal development authors who will tell you they have a 'system,' or give you 'steps' or 'rules,' David Andrew Wiebe implores you to think about whether or not those are truly things that you need, in the first place.
Building a creative career means understanding yourself, understanding what you can handle, and understanding what you're willing to do for others. It is about sacrifice, yes, but as Mr. Wiebe (correctly) explains it, success as a creative means being mindful about your sacrifice.
There are no shortcuts to a healthy and professional creative mindset. Read David Andrew Wiebe's book instead, and enjoy taking the long way round."
What a difference this makes! Everything that you think you know about the hustle gets turned on its head. This is provocative, and have you question ideals and take on a new way of making your own magic. This pathway is simple to duplicate, and getting into this book is the starting point!"
"David Andrew's no-nonsense approach and actionable tips transcends traditional productivity advice. As a business owner, the daily hustle overtakes a large part of my life to the point where family and self-care takes a backseat. This was a genuine reminder that less is more and a morning routine focused on self-development can contribute to my overall efficiency. Nicely articulated and an easy read."
"David Andrew Wiebe brought me back into an abundance mindset. It was powerful, because not having a secure source of income is scary, and where I am sitting, it is easy to get into that scarcity mindset."
Shannon Bulmer, In Color Digital
"If you think you know (even almost) everything or nothing about how to make the most of your day, this book will lead you to rethink how you spend your time. Expertly written with some great examples of how you can also personally challenge 'the norm.' This is a must read for the Creative, Creator, and Entrepreneur whose endeavor is to make time for what matters most just by expanding your learning of productivity."