Week 3: 18 Minutes
For the past three weeks, I have been acting on my goal of blogging about the books I read that inspire me, once a week, every Monday, for 52 weeks straight. We’re on week 3, and I’m getting into a habit of reading, writing, thinking, and using my time more effectively to ensure that I am constantly working toward this goal (and if you’ve read Robin Sharma’s The Monk...
Week 2: Onward
I love Starbucks. There’s something about a cup of java, a familiar comfortable setting, and the buzz of community that I just can’t get enough of. You know it, I know it, Starbucks knows it. [[MORE]] In late December, I made a quick trip to Ottawa for the day, which meant an extremely early morning, exhausting and jam-packed day of excitement, an...
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Week 1: Linchpin
A very good friend of mine seems to always be reading a good book. He consistently tweets about his learnings and truthbombs - so thank you @jworthy for inspiring 52in52. The first book I must discuss is Seth Godin’s Linchpin, which, of course, was lent to me by Jeff. I love a book that is a quick read not because it’s simple or short, but...
52 in 52.
So I have this idea. It’s called 52 in 52. That’s 52 book reviews, in 52 weeks. I don’t remember exactly where or when the idea happened, but it’s been hanging around for a while so I figure it’s time to ship! Mondays, I’ll post about a book I’ve read or perhaps a doc I’ve seen recently. The goal is to work up to reading a full book a week....