10 essential newsletters for creative entrepreneurs

5 mins

Newsletters are an amazing free resource.

Targeted value straight to your inbox.

You can use them to learn almost anything.

I used them to learn how to create newsletters.

I'm using them to be a better founder, coach & writer.

These are the best I have found for creative entrepreneurs.

No fluff, just regular and useful information delivered straight to your inbox.

Seth's Blog

The best of the best! Furious/curious - They rhyme, but they have opposite meanings. It’s very difficult to feel both emotions at the same time, and one is far more productive than the other. Subscribe here


Maker Mind

Neuroscience-based content and conversations to achieve more without sacrificing your mental health. Subscribe here

Muse & Maker

Visual discoveries straight to your inbox. I am a big fan of the Q&A's with featured makers giving an inside viewpoint on their life and work. Subscribe here

Austin Kleon

One of the most interesting people on the Internet. A simple list format of 10 things he thinks are worth sharing — new art, writing, and links. Subscribe here

Better, Smarter, Happier

I had to include my own newsletter on this list! Not just because it’s ours, but because it’s good and specifically for creative entrepreneurs (and you might get a free book one day!). Subscribe here

The Do Lectures

Having never met them in person, they feel like part of my family. I've learnt more about newsletters from this newsletter than any other. Subscribe here

It's Nice That

Keep you in the loop with everything good going on in the creative world. Interestingly, they offer 4 different options for the newsletter to suit your taste. Subscribe here

5 Bullet Friday

Not all newsltters need to be complicated. Tim Ferris shows the power of simple, consistent format compounded over time. Subscribe here

Starter Story

In depth case studies of how people are starting successful businesses. Also a great example of how to offer a premium service and charge for your newsletter. Subscribe here

Jess Picks

Want to try out an idea before committing 100% of your time to it. How to make money in your side hustle and still have a life. Subscribe here

I’d love to know who I have missed off my list.

What/who should I subscribe to?

Email me and let me know.

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