I'm a big fan of writers reading (a lot).
I have a stack of books and magazines on my night stand and don't feel complete at the end of the day if I haven't read from some of them.
How else are you supposed to get better at your craft if you're not studying what others are doing?
Here are the top five articles (in no particular order) that challenged me to make a difference:
Just Write | Adam McLane [Writing]
Adam challenges our assumptions about successful blogging by calling us to do the one thing we've been avoiding.
How to Control Your Check-In Addiction | Scott Belsky & Jocelyn Glei [Time Management]
Belsky and Glei (via the 99%) explain how our attachment to mobile devices and technology may betray some deeper underlying psychology about our need for acceptance.
10 Tips For Beginning Bloggers | Bryan Allain [Blogging]
Bryan shares some tips for bloggers that are just starting out and share some secrets to his uber-bloggerness.
Why You Should Care What Millenials Want | Travis Robertson [Business]
Travis makes a compelling case for why the millenial generation will soon rule the work force and how employers have no choice but to care.
The Way I Work | Gary Vaynerchuk [Social Media]
In an Inc. Magazine article, Gary explains how he's “all in” with social media and explains that constant connectivity to his tribe is a major reason for his success.
What inspired you this week to make a difference? Share what you're reading by leaving a comment.
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