Seth Godin has some thoughts about titling books (and other things too). You can be descriptive. You can be clever. Or there’s another alternative: “The third approach is to pick a name that gets talked about. To create a phrase that you hope will enter the vocabulary. . . . It doesn’t always work, but when it does, you sell ten books, not one.”
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