Give yourself the gift of done.
RELEASED: September 12, 2017
“The world is littered with half-finished books, almost started businesses and nearly done diets. Who knew the secret was to have more fun, kill the hidden rules you live by and embrace imperfection? Jon Acuff did, and you’re about to as well.”
– Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art.
Make today the first day of your new career
RELEASED: April 7, 2015
“As Abraham Lincoln once said, being forced into work you don’t love is like paying to upgrade your cell phone to the latest model: no one should have to do that! Fortunately, you don’t need to do at least one of these things anymore. Take it from me and from Honest Abe: Jon’s book can get you unstuck.”
– Chris Guillebeau, author of The Happiness of Pursuit and The $100 Startup
Punch fear in the face, escape average and do work that matters.
Released: April 22, 2013
“Inspiration without instructions is useless. Fortunately, Start is jam-packed with both. You won’t be able to put this book down.”
– John Maxwell, New York Times Bestselling Author and Speaker
Close the gap between your day job and your dream job
Released: April 10, 2011
“There are friends (I might be one of them) who will tell you, “Quit your job and follow your dream.” But Jon Acuff is smarter than that. Quitter is about going from cubicle-bound to Outward Bound without committing financial and marital hara-kiri along the way – and actually succeeding in the end. This book is wise, personal, funny and loaded with practical, real-world insights from Mr. Acuff’s own ongoing odyssey. If you’re torn between living your dream and putting food on the table for the wife and kids, don’t make a move till you read Quitter.”
– Steven Pressfield bestselling author of The War of Art
Stuff Christians Like
A hilarious look at the funny things we do in the name of faith and church.
Re-Released: April 7, 2020 (Original Release: March 23, 2010)
“Acuff’s ability to point out unbecoming idiosyncrasies while inducing a knee slap is stuff readers will like.
– Publishers Weekly