„just tell me what to do“: Compressing books into directives

I´ve read a few dozens of books and uncountable blog articles on the internet about business, marketing and entrepreneurship in the last years. In the beginning I read as many books as possible – soaking them in but recognizing that I forget most of the information a book offered me after reading the next 2-3 books.

I started summarizing them to get more out of the books and being able to re-read them from time to time.

Once started summarizing and sharing them with friends I started my blog selfvestors because this was way easier to share the insights I got from books and articles which everybody who might be interested.

This is my kinda 3-stage-process of reading a book. Reading, summazing and compressing for my blog. Through repetition and summarizing I can get the most value out of the book.

But today I´ve read a new article by Derek Sivers – “just tell me what to do”, Continue reading

Why Do We Pay To Learn?

Why Do We Pay To Learn? (Repost)

Since I love reading (and buying) books, attending seminars and try to get my daily dose of learning this article is pretty interesting to me.

Chris Brogan, a successfull blogger, President of Human Business Works and great speaker, wrote an article about …

Why Do We Pay To Learn?

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