Earlier this morning, we talked about how Libraries and book stores are going to go away. Can’t predict when, but it will happen.
Unless Libraries and bookstores reinvent the book paradigm.
They will either become victims or victors to creative thinking and shifting consumer demands and trends.
While today’s first (this is the second) jeffnoel.com post is only a few hours old, this jeff noel One-Take-You Tube video dates back to August 20, 2009, nearly five months ago.
I was simply walking down a busy Chicago street, on the way to the Willis Tower (Western Hemisphere’s tallest building), and stopped, looked across the street at the Chicago Library, had an epiphany, pulled the camera out on my pocket, took a deep breath and here’s what happened:
I’m “off” today and spending a little time on enhancing the whole social networking thing. Here’s a second jeff noel blog post for today, inspired by my reply to an email I received ten minutes ago:
Just this morning, when our son’s third-grade teacher asked me how I was doing and I said, “Excellent!”, I followed up with her, to be clear, by saying, “I have the weight of the world on my shoulders like everyone else, but I’m not going to let in interfere with my day.”
Pick any one my five daily blogs, read about 10-15 posts, and then tell me it can’t help you if you made reading it (them) the same habit I make writing it (them).
Or, you can do what you always do.
By the way, I have been involved in a career, with the same organization, for 26 years. Did you catch that? The same organization.
Seriously, you would think that blogging is my job. It’s not. It’s a newly (a year ago) discovered tool to help me become a world-class Dad.
Whatever you choose, may all the blessings and success you deserve, come your way.