This week, I flew on some planes. I ate a lot of chicken. I read a wonderful book, Give me the World, about Leila Hadley, a New York socialite-cum-travel writer who wrote a book about her year in the world with the six-year old son during the 1950s. One of the best travelogues I’ve read in a long, long time. Too bad her life ended in lots of controversy. The picture? A pretty volcano in Ecuador, where we were a few months back.
A quote I read this week: “The struggle itself toward the eternal present is enough to fill a man’s heart.”
Here are some other things I saw, read, and coveted:
- Do you have a NOT to-do list? Michael Hyatt tells you why you should. (I came up with one.)
- Have you ever heard of “suspending” your coffee for someone less fortunate? It’s a movement, apparently. One I’d never heard of.
- Here are 50 digital media resources you may have missed. Helpful to any small business owner, blogger, or person at work in the world.
- I reminded you of 3 essential questions to help you solve any problem.