I love reading books, and but I know I can easily forget what I’ve read if I don’t document the ideas somewhere. Luckily, this blog helps with that. Some book blog posts I’ve done in the past include:
This week, I’ll be publishing a new blog post every single day. Each will share some of the big ideas of good books I’ve read recently. I’m calling it Week of Books (#WkofBks) and it’s part of a global one-week project on shipping called the Your Turn Challenge. The campaign tied to Seth Godin’s new book, Your Turn and led by Winnie Kao.
And since the object at the heart of all this is a book, what better way to kick off this series than with a look at Your Turn.
Your Turn Book Notes
The Book in a Nutshell: There are so many opportunities today to stand up, start something, and make a difference. We no longer have to wait for others to pick us, we can pick ourselves at any time. And we owe it to ourselves and the world to give our gifts tot he world.
About the Author: Seth Godin is one of the smartest, most generous, and most expansive thinking business bloggers I’ve ever encountered. I’ve been reading his blog and books since 2006. Seth has written 17 best-selling books that have been translated into 35 languages, and founded two tech companies: Yoyodyne, sold to Yahoo, and Squidoo, sold to Hubpages. Continue reading…