Month: April 2012

What is YOUR Number?

Earlier this year we talked about yearly goal setting as a way to bring focus to our lives, and give us something to aim our lives toward. As part of our collective journey, I set my goals for 2012 as well.  One of these…

The Tipping Point (Introduction)

Malcolm Gladwell sets the stage for the Tipping Point by describing the rise in the sale of Hush Puppies, and the decline of New York City Crime.  Both events didn’t gradually change over time, but something (almost like the spread of a virus) caused a…

The votes are in: The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell

The votes are in and the winner is The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell.  I have read his other books, use Outliers in a training session with leaders, and am excited to read this book together.  This book club will get The Tipping Point off my nightstand and into…

Are you always the Good Guy/Girl?

I was listening to a speaker the other day with some friends.  During one part of the speaker’s message a friend leaned over to me and said, “The trouble is, we all think we are the good guys.” The more I reflected on those words,…

A Few More Hours of Voting

We are in the home stretch.  The idea is to have a virtual book club where we read a book together over the next few months.  We have made a few book suggestions and your votes will determine which book we collectively read.  The…

The Virtual Book Club Poll

  Voting begins today and will last a week, vote early, tell your friends!  This should be a fun experience.  I am looking forward to the results!

A Few Book Ideas

Here are a few suggestions of some potential books that come to mind.  These books have either been on my nightstand for a while and need a good reading, or have been recommended to me by others: 1.  The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin – http://www.happiness-project.com/, seems like…

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