Monthly Archives: March 2012

  • I’m Not Good Enough

    Posted on March 14, 2012 by Frances Schagen in Do It, Your Effortless Business.

    I’m listening to Seth Godin’s Linchpin this week and this point really struck a nerve with me. We are trained to not make mistakes. School is all about getting high grades by not making mistakes, but you can’t make art by not making mistakes.  No wonder we feel like we are wrong all the time. […]

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  • Reading Books

    Posted on March 7, 2012 by Frances Schagen in Book Report.

    Julien Smith has written some killer posts recently on his blog, In Over Your Head. Last month he posted a list of 200 books he’s read with a succinct take-home lesson from each. Check it out here and subscribe to his blog.  

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  • February Reading

    Posted on March 7, 2012 by Frances Schagen in Book Report.

    The Great Railway Bazaar: by train through Asia by Paul Theroux. I’ve already read his later one where he made the trip 30 years later. Our online book club wanted to try something different than the usual business books we read so we decided to try travel books. While searching for options I came across […]

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