Seth Godin did it again. He didn't write this book, but he edited it, combining the thoughts of 33 writers/thinkers/innovators/crazies that discuss the main point: Stop Trying to Be Perfect and Start Being Remarkable. Because of the short chapters, this was a great book to read while I was on the treadmill every morning. It was published in 2005 so it's not new, but somehow I missed it when it came out.
There are lots of ideas, lots of examples, lots of inspiration.
Don't say BUT. Don't fit in with expectations. Don't try to renew an existing idea. Don't be afraid.
Do BEGIN. BEGIN now.