As we dig our heels into the second month of 2021, I often find it tough to keep the energy and momentum that I had coming right out of a restful holiday season. One thing that always helps keep me focused until warmer days arrive is diving into a book that focuses on a particular aspect of productivity or organization.

A few members of our creative team decided to test this out together. We agreed we would followup with each other and share what we read in order to help keep that information in our brains and put it to good . And thus, the Posture Book Club was born.

Check out our selections below – additional recommendations are welcome!

Joey’s pick:

“Steal Like an Artist” by Austin Kleon

Creativity is something that’s really hard to turn on and off and is often impossible to force. While the title of this book is attention-grabbing, it was the subtitle that made me want to read more: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative.


Kat’s pick:

“How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie

I love that design can be used as a tool to influence people and inform the greater good – what better way to brush up on your communication skills than reading one of the biggest 20th-century handbooks on influential communication?


Mat’s pick:

“Manage Your Day-to-Day” by 99u + Jocelyn L. Glei

I’ve read this book before years ago‚Ķso much has changed since then so quickly. I wanted to read it again to see where I can sharpen up and improve how I run my days.


Tony’s pick:

“Hyperfocus” by Chris Bailey

Everyone knows I wrote the book on how to focus, but I figured I’d give this one a try. What were we talking about?