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Writing a book is on the bucket list for many of us. We look forward to the credibility it gives us, often not anticipating how difficult writing a book can be. When you write a book, or undertake any project really, you’ll encounter unexpected challenges.
In this week's episode, machine learning expert and author Matt Kirk shares how he got a publisher for his machine learning books, how he wrote his first book in nine months, why his second one took two years and what he learned about personal limits.
Matt's story takes a surprising turn you won't want to miss.
What to read: Avoiding burnout