Category Archives: reading

Learn From the Demise of Borders Bookstores

“But there is no doubt — as I have written many times in recent months – that the book business is in a period of change so dynamic that any outcome is possible, from an era of exciting expansion to … Continue reading

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Everything I know I learned on the toilet?

You might say Becky Morris gets a little “potty mouthed” today, all to make you privy to some thoughtful ideas that we think you will appreciate. MAS Okay, I am going to take you somewhere today that you may find … Continue reading

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How to Turn Your Car into a University

Leaders are readers. How much do you read?I didn’t always read much. In fact, before I was midway through my undergraduate years of college, I had little interest in reading. I’m not sure what the trigger was then (maybe is … Continue reading

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Can you "teach an old dog new tricks"?

I get this a lot: Can you really teach an old dog (“like me”) new tricks? It seems everyone, at times, doubts his or her ability to learn, to develop, to change anything about oneself regardless of the desire to … Continue reading

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