Good In A Room

Good In A Room
Sometimes it’s harder to blog once a week than everyday. So, I’m going to start blogging as much as possible to get out of the funk I’ve been in. Should make things a bit more organic and not so planned. Just read a Tom Peters “Cool Friends” interview from a few weeks ago with Stephanie ...

Optimized Book Reading 1

I was working on a post for last week, but wanted it to be spend more time on it. (faulty ‘perfectionistic’ thinking on my part)  I’ll post it Friday. To make up for it, here’s an article I found on optimizing your book reading experience: How to Get the Most Out of Your Books I ...

Just Reminding Myself… 2

Just Reminding Myself...
. . . . …to buy this later. . . . . . . . . .

Book Reviews: Stickiness & Escape Artists 3

Book Reviews:  Stickiness & Escape Artists
I’ve always been an avid reader, but lately I have come across some outstanding books that have changed the way I look at things forever. I’ll explain why I (might) highly recommend you pick these two books up today. Made to Stick, Chip Heath & Dan Heath Who should buy this book: Anyone who needs ...

Hollerin’ 4

Hollerin'
Here are a few tidbits from my presentation yesterday. I spent most of my blog time (and more) preparing to speak at Entrepreneur’s Day, so this might be my only post this week. The Marketing Proverb If this is a marketing proverb, what is the moral? or, some ad agencies prefer to …simply entertain. Do ...

A Conspiracy the Church Should Get In On 2

If you’re strongly involved in a church, you might be wondering how this new world of Cluetrain, word-of-mouth, and Web 2.0 affects the church body. Bill Kinnon has written (and recorded) an excellent book addressing this topic, A Networked Conspiracy: Social Networks, the Church, and the Power of Collective Intelligence. Bill was kind enough to ...

Don’t Read… and other great advice.

Andrew Hargadon gives 5 simple secrets (therefore, by his own definition, it’s a prescriptive post) of how to read a business book. It’s the most straight-forward, sensible approach I’ve seen. Now go blow through that pile of business books that’s been weighing on your conscience. As for your other New Year’s resolutions… you’re on your ...