“The Hero and The Outlaw” is an eye-opening read for people interested in building brands. Archetypes are deeply rooted personas that are intrinsically part of our collective psyche. When you identify your company’s archetype it can help you better communicate your product or service and it can help you develop your company culture.
I really like the book series called ‘The Missing Manual’, they provide easy-to-understand helpful information. They are also great reference books if you have an occasional how-to question. If you are a LaLa client looking for a deeper understanding of WordPress. The WordPress: The Missing Manual may be a good fit for you.
The second edition only covers up the WP 3.9. I don’t believe they have released the third edition on WP 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor yet, but I bet they are working on it. Other than the Gutenberg Editor the WordPress core functionality has stayed the same, so the second edition is still chock full of useful information.
The story of mythical Shangri-La is a quick and pleasant read that leaves you wondering was it a dream. Though a great read and indeed a classic, one of the most interesting facts about this book is that is was the very FIRST paperback book. Out of the 10 books originally released in paperback, this was known as pocketbook #1. If you are interested in learning more about this, there is a section in the back of the book called ‘About the Book’ it tells the entire story.