If you’re reading this, then that means you made it through the first week of 2012 – congratulations! Now, let’s get over setting goals, making plans, and get some real shit done. Who’s with me?
But before we go out and conquer the world, here are four blog posts that left the most impressions on me recently.
Day 100: The Top Ten Things I Learned In the Last 100 Days by Harmony Hasbrook on 100 Days or More
Read this because: In October, my friend Harmony quit her job to take a break of at least 100 days from the work force. And the best part is she blogged during her entire journey and this weekend she reached day 100 and shared the top ten things she learned along the way. And it’s good.
20 Bloggers to Watch in 2012 by Jade Craven on ProBlogger
Read this because: Even though we all know that I’m the best blogger in the world (wait a minute…), here’s a list of 20 bloggers who are going somewhere and the best place to keep track is on their blogs.
My top picks:
The Five Must-Dos for CEOs in Social Media by Chris Perry on Forbes
Read this because: Whether you’re a CEO or not, you’re the CEO of your own life. Whether or not you tweet from a profile that discloses that your tweets are your own, everything you say on social media is an extension of your life, your personal brand, your professional brand, and even the company who employs you. Be smart about what you say.
The Worst New Year’s Resolution: Network More by Dana Hughens on Clairemont Communications blog
Read this because: You want to know the real cost of that casual coffee date, lunch meeting, or that time when someone asked to ‘pick’ your brain.
You will benefit from reading this article because: You are a service provider or are job hunting and want to contact some people for ‘informational’ interviews.
Additional reading material: No You Can’t Pick My Brain. It Costs Too Much by Adrienne Graham on Forbes
What did you read this week?
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