Uh… make that two. Always looking to give you quality information and if it ends up being less than more so be it. While I never going into depth about the finds, so I encourage you check them out if they sound interesting.
When it come to achievement the most important task in front of you is taking action. The beauty of this post is that it zeros in on the most common human reason that we have a hard time doing something that seems so easy – starting. We all seem to be able to spit out an impenetrable curtain of reason for having to do other things before we engage in our core project. This is why books, lectures, and software programs that focus on helping us overcome procrastination sell so well. According to this post the real key resides within our head. The most important thing we can possibly do is to say “forget you” to whatever we think we need to do before we act. Figure out how to take your first step now.
If one steps back and takes a clear look at the value of libraries, as Seth Godin did in the post, they will find that it lies in the librarians. What is it that provides them with great value, especially in a world when virtually every bit of data is at your fingertips? Is just that, the vastness of easily accessible data is overwhelming. Librarians are skill, knowledgeable, and love to figure out creative ways to find and use data. Libraries ought to be the local nerve center for information, aplace where people come together to do co-working and coordinate and invent projects worth working on together.
Since we’re cut a little short this week I thought I’d share this.