Friday, December 18, 2009

What Matters Now - is to read, think and take action




What Matters Now is an ebook which you must read. It talks about the Things to THINK about and most importantly TAKE ACTION.

72 great thought leaders have contributed to this book by sharing what they are thinking about.

This is a brilliant compilation of articles being shared by Seth Godin and available for free.

You can download it here: What Matters Now

One single word, one single page each is all that took the great thinkers to share their thoughts -enough to provoke you, to make you ponder and to "shake things up".

A sneek peak into few of the articles:

Seth Godin on Generosity: If you make a difference, people will gravitate to you. They want to engage, to interact and to get you more involved.

Jacqueline Novogratz on Dignity: Creating ways for people to solve their own problems isn’t just an opportunity in 2010. It is an obligation.

Howard Mann on Connected: We walk the streets with our heads down staring into 3-inch screens while the world whisks by doing the same. And yet we’re convinced we are more connected to each other than ever before.

Rajesh Setty on Enrichment: You are only as rich as the enrichment you bring to the world around you.

Mark Hurst on Speaking: Be honest, be authentic, and speak from your passion. Yes, it means taking a risk. But the results might surprise you.
Many great thoughts from the following authors:



Read it. Share it. Take ACTION.
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2 comments:

  1. Hi Shouvik,

    I also appreciated What Matters Now. Very compelling.

    I had lots of favorites but the one that really hooked me was Mesh. I made it my #themeword for 2010. I'm Meshing Up.

    I really like your blog messages. Keep them coming.
    Don

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  2. Hi Don,

    Thank you so much for reading my blog posts. Infact, I am a keen follower of your Lead Quietly blog.

    Your elaboration of Mesh is great and the key take away for me is increased collaboration, learning and sharing at every 'intersection' of our daily life.

    Shouvik

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