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Books on books on books!

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Last night at Emblem, by boss, coworkers and I were chatting about self-made success, generating ideas, and the effect that social media and social behavior has on entrepreneurs. I definitely consider myself an entrepreneur. I work efficiently and successfully when I am my boss and my ideas are usually larger and life, at times too large for my own head.

The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell came up in discussion. His book discusses “that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. Just as a single sick person can start an epidemic of the flu, so too can a small but precisely targeted push cause a fashion trend, the popularity of a new product, or a drop in the crime rate.”

This book explores the way people think about selling products, and idea, or the pursuit of a unique, innovate, passionate career.

With the New Year right around the corner. I’ve been focusing on closing bad chapters in my life and starting new, effective, positive ones. I have so many ideas at my finger tips, and we all really do honestly. We think about one great awesome app idea for example, while we’re high as a kite and we drop it the next day. But we are all capable of creating, inventing, and executing any passion that drives us.

Check out these pic’s of The Last Bookstore in Downtown Los Angeles. Such a cool venue with so much culture and life. The store has so much personality, just like each book that it carries. It even has an entire section of dollar books! Ironically, I read an article online about how most people start their days by looking at their phone first thing in the am. We get all our info from this tiny screen inches away from our face which is incredible damaging to our eyes, mind, and ultimately

Soooooo, I started my day reading backstage, then drove downtown and explored a vintage bookstore…

How about you?

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