THE JOY OF CRAFT

A Paradoxical Approach for Learning to Do Things Well

Money equals happiness. Success means satisfaction. Or so the world tells us. Creativity, achievement, and rewards will leave us empty if we don’t find joy in the pursuit of these things. 

And many of us don’t, despite our hopeful expectations. Is joy some mystical state that real-world people can’t find in today’s workplace? Is it a personal attribute that some of us are just born with and others aren’t? Or is it something we can all pursue, if we know what we’re looking for and how to get there?

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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:

"I'm through the first half, and I must say, this is a great book already. I feel like I've learned ways to be a better dad and boss.”

Justin Seymour

“When I first saw the book, I thought it would be a kind of how-to book on how to gain expertise in a hand-crafting skill. But it was definitely so much more than that. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and am going to begin mindfully incorporating the principles it outlines in my day-to-day life.”

Ann Keese

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Called by some a "productivity machine," Zane refuses to accept his destiny a code-writing robot. He balances these tendencies with an appreciation for the artistic and creative by traveling and connecting with others.