Generosity abounds . . . Read to the bottom for some great FREE resources – DO IT TODAY 4/28 because one of these offers expires at the end of the day.
One very COOL thing the internet has done for us all is to give VERY generous (and smart/wise) people a platform to share some REALLY good stuff without charging.
I make every effort to write each blog post such that it makes IMPACT on the reader because I KNOW how overwhelming it all can be.
I feel this great burden of responsibility that if anyone is generous enough with her time, energy, and attention to spend a few minutes reading something I write, the burden is on ME to do my best to make it worth their while.
My musings mostly deal with daily learnings leaning towards the bottom line of focusing on the things in our lives that MATTER . . . and going through life as the “Master Creator” of our own experience . . .
Even to the extent that we are all musicians (conductors) and the world is our Symphony . . . and we must find our own RHYTHM to orchestrate our own personal performance in life.
I give my “stuff” freely on this blogsite. Some folks have encouraged me to organize it and bottle it and sell it as a series of books or ebooks . . . I think I enjoy the writing more than the organizing – So that’ll have to wait.
I READ INCESSANTLY and am ALWAYS in search new ideas . . .
Just in the past week, the following 2 overwhelmingly generous (and FREE) on-line offers surfaced . . .
Michael Hyatt – Your Life Plan brilliant and simple . . . and right in synch with much of my “Life Rhythm” approach – Michael Hyatt offers a 98 page guide to creating your life plan . . . WELL worth the price.
Other things worth the price?
Seth Godin dropped the following blog post a couple of days ago:
Some reading without charge (worth way more than it costs)
The Valve company handbook (download), about the post-industrial method of management.
Bassam Tarazi on accountability (part 1). This is brand new. (Download here)
The on-purpose person, free ebook until the 28th.
And some recent posts on The Domino Project blog (though we’re not publishing any new books, the blog continues).
Bonus: a new (short) TED talk from Nancy Lublin. Does changing the medium change the message?
(Plus, a new one from Hugh, not free, but still a bargain…)
Follow those links and grab those down-loads – WOW!
Hope you’re having a fabulous weekend 🙂