Category Archives: books

Filling Niches

One of my favorite concepts from all of those years studying biology was the concept of the niche. An organism or creature finds a spot where the competition isn’t too intense, and raw materials they can work with, and decides … Continue reading

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Book Review: Switch by Chip & Dan Heath

I’m just finishing “Switch: How to change things when change is hard” by Chip and Dan Heath.  As I’m sure everyone who knows me knows, Chip & Dan Heath wrote one of my all time favorite “business” books, “Made to … Continue reading

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First Impressions of Linchpin by Seth Godin

I was one of the lucky early few that signed up by making a donation to the Acumen Fund, to get an advanced copy of Linchpin by  Seth Godin. Seth has asked people to read it, think about it and … Continue reading

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What The Dog Saw-A Review

I just finished reading Malcolm Gladwell‘s latest book, What The Dog Saw. Unlike The Tipping Point, Blink, or Outliers, which are basically “single” ideas expanded into book form, What The Dog Saw is a collection of Gladwell’s remarkable writing from … Continue reading

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Why Should You Share?

I had someone ask me a question about sharing and linking at my recent presentation about Blogging for Business at AGS University.  They said someone had told them they shouldn’t link out to others because it was taking traffic away … Continue reading

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