Monday, November 10, 2008
The Do Lectures
I recently read the business bestseller 'The 4-hour working week' by Timothy Ferris. I confess, I sped read it, skimming through the chapters. Given Timothy's philosophy, I reckoned he wouldn't mind - as long as I had bought it. Some bits were good. Some not so. But I liked him. In particular, I liked how he talked about his failures.
The above video is thought-provoking, and not just a plug for his book.
Even if Mr Ferris is not your thing, it is worth poping over to the The Do Lectures. They've gathered a handful of speakers in one place, under the theme of inspiring us to do something. You'll get to see John Grant and Russell Davies, among others.
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Posted by Paul Dervan at 4:47 AM
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I did not even realize such series existed. This is great news, and I am sure to find this series to have a better idea of the background of this excellent series.
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