January 16, 2012 By Paul Jun 21 Comments Filed Under: Writing I'm sure there are more than four, but I want to share with you four books that are brilliant, insightful, compelling, and a must-read for writers or creatives of all kinds. (If you have your own recommendation, please share with us in comments). They blew my mind. Banana sandwich. Redonkulous. Junhax | something to understand — Something to Understand Junhax | something to understand — Something to Understand

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Jonathan Fields I’ve always been a big believer in two concepts. One, that each voice counts. And, two, that just as we benefit from the gifts of society, we are similarly beholden to give back in some way, no matter how small, no matter how immediate. Today is the first-ever Blog Action Day, where thousands of bloggers will unite to speak on the same topic–the environment–to their individual communities and, in doing so, unite all into a single worldwide community that numbers in the millions. Jonathan Fields
I’ve been really diving into Trello this week, which I mentioned in my December 2013 Updates post. I now have 17 different Trello boards for managing various projects. You know me — when I get into something new, I love to fully immerse myself in it. Steve Pavlina’s Personal Development Blog

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Wake Up Tiger Wake Up Tiger the biggest choice you never made ... Who am I, and who do I choose to be, in relationship to the oppressed and downtrodden? Who am I and who do I choose to be, in relationship to the disaffected and the disadvantaged, the disavowed and disconnected, the dispossessed and disenfranchised? Who am I and who do I choose to be? That is the question.
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10 Social Media Blogs you Should be Following As a follow up to 10 Young Entrepreneur Blogs you Should be Following I decided to write a similar post focusing instead on social media blogs. Be on the lookout for: Mashable 10 Social Media Blogs you Should be Following
TL;DR is internet talk for "too long; didn't read". It's also a sad, dangerous symptom of the malfunctions caused by the internet tsunami. (Here's a most ironic example of this paradox...) The triathlete doesn't look for the coldest bottle of water as she jogs by... she wants it fast and now. Seth's Blog

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