Weekly Roundup - 1.6.12
Check out these beautiful links from around the web (some are from a while ago; I'm just now catching up on my reading):
- Matt Cheuvront shares some ways to stay un-overwhelmed. My favorite? Being selectively available. That's the best way to make sure your time is truly your own when it needs to be.
- Here is some very good insight from Dan Miller for any author or aspiring author. The truth is that you don't make much on book sales. But the doors it opens are unique and that's where you can capitalize financially. This is a post I'll read over and over again.
- Shanley Knox, writing at Voye'm, discusses the idea of failure and how the actualization thereof is different for men and women. Access to - and the ability to - take risks perhaps determines success the most.
- These are some great tips for getting the most out of a travel experience in order to really soak in the details of the place you're visiting.
- Bryan Allain's Killer Tribes Conference looks pretty amazing. Learn more about it here.
- I admire Seth Godin's ability to keep a project a project and not to feel compelled to build up something big just because it was successful. To see what I'm talking about, click here.