Welcome to Mike’s Life posts of the week. As always these are from my RSS feeder and my decision to choose them has been totally subjective and mine alone. The posts are in no order.
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By T on poverty101.net
A great example of using something that happened to the writer in everyday life, and turning it into a message. But it avoids the pitfall of laboring the point. Produces great imagery for me.
by Glen on pluginid
Deep and thoughtful article extolling the virtue of visualization as a method to achieving success, with many other good pointers.
by Christine on mynonlinear
Thoughtful post reflecting Christine’s changing views about Twitter over time as she comes to terms with the best way to make use of the service
by Michael Dunlop on retireat21
Just a great story! Michael is such a young guy to have been able to travel to the event, and his enthusiasm comes through in the post. He’s really quite focused on his future in the industry.
by Jamie Harrop on youngentrepreneur
Another young blogger writing with some real authority. The story applies lessons learned as a kid to doing great business and giving excellent customer service.
by David Risley on davidrisley
David Risley is carving a niche for himself as a terrific no nonsense, no bullshit writer. There may be a million similar posts in the blogosphere, but this one cuts to the key points effortlessly.
by Catherine Lawson on cathlawson
Shockingly personal and thought provoking post. One that stopped me dead.
by Sonia Simone on copyblogger
Brilliant post, managing to be both controversial and amusing at the same time. It sparked a huge comments debate which was as interesting as the original post.
by Brian Clark on copyblogger
This goes so much deeper into the niche (!) than most of the writing on this topic. As always with Brian, fabulous writing – I read his stuff even when the topic doesn’t interest me.
by Jeremy Schoemaker on shoemoney
This will appeal to the tiny part of you that wishes you could develop more of a “Fuck you” attitude to the rest of the world. Jeremy has that attitude in spades, and you can see it all through this video, from the fact the he didn’t reshoot when he couldn’t open the box, to the final words he says to camera.
by Yaro Starak on entrepreneurs-journey
Long post and you may need to read it twice, but as usual you’ll find yourself nodding at the points Yaro makes. I especially love the conversation he has with his own “awareness”.
by Seth Godin on sethsblog
Classic Seth – short, spare, nothing wasted, but you end up thinking about the post for hours.
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