I was really happy to find Pamela Slim’s article “I’m just not into you” – Kicking lukewarm passions to the curb” in her ezine. It’s really a good read – and can help clarify some thinking if you find yourself muddled in luke-warm pseudo-projects that are weighing down your dreams.
In your web project, do you have parts that dead-end, with little chance of making you the best in your industry? Are there areas you should focus on in hopes of reaching the other side of the dip, joining the elite players of your business? Are you ready to sort those out, focus on the ones that matter and discard the rest?
I was thrilled to be listed with some of the writers and bloggers I most admire. and impressed with David Meerman Scott’s method for getting everyone in a linking frenzy. I’m quite looking forward to the book. I’ve alreardy learned a good trick from this guy.
Seth Godin, my favorite author by far, just published a list of quitters (people who have quit one path and shifted to another, and found even more success) that includes people you’ll recognize, such as Jeff Foxworthy, Tom Peters, Bill Gates, me. What? Read more inside….
iWOZ – the autobiography of Steve Wozniac. A treasure trove of grins for geeks everywhere in this new book. Highly recommended.
I love, really love, web analytics. I live and breath it. In fact, I show some signs of being addicted to learning more about the why’s of web user patterns, deeper, more more. Why upon why upon why. So I was totally absorbed by Malcom Gladwell’s latest book, Blink. I finished it in a single […]