I’ve still not gotten around to writing about my process for collecting, filtering (Feedly), reading, saving (Evernote) and reviewing my reading list. I actually made a tweak to the process in February that simplified a step and started using the desktop version of Evernote. More to come…
I’m realizing that I probably spend more time on “expiring information” (see Compounding Knowledge article below) than I should be, so I am evolving my system to focus on higher quality reading.
I’m also going to be posting my reading stats (I am no Brad Feld):
Here are my most influential reads from February – in no particular order:
- Delta C.E.O. Ed Bastian: ‘Leadership Is Not a Popularity Contest’
- 3 Signs That Tell Me Its Time to Let An Employee Go
- How I’ve Made Email my Secret Weapon – I deleted all my folders in Outlook and can’t find sh*t
- We need to stop striving for work-life balance. Here’s why
- They Live!
- You Don’t Need Sports Drinks To Stay Hydrated
- Compounding Knowledge
- The Slipstream of Comfort
- The Online Gig Economy’s ‘Race to the Bottom’
- The 12 Signs a Cheap Stock Is a ‘Value Trap’
Note: This is based on when I read the article, not necessarily when it was first published. Unfortunately, my backlog of things I would like to read always seems to dwarf the amount of time I can devote to reading.