With all the noise overwhelming our lives and our social streams it’s easy to miss the good stuff.
Here’s my effort to provide a little signal by curating some of the best posts I read during the month of February.
My favorite posts of the past month:
On Course – Chris Penn
Unreasonable – Seth Godin
The Discipline of Social Media Measurement – Amber Naslund
Compelling Facebook Fan Pages – Chris Brogan
Playing By the Rules – David Meerman Scott
Make the Cheapskates Pay – Andy Singleton
For Every Minute – David Stehle
The Connected Company – Dave Gray
If You Don’t Want to Influence Others, You Can’t Lead – Linda Hill & Kent Linebeck
A Quick but Important Primer on Becoming a Doucebag – Julien Smith
Why Everyone Hopes You’ll be the Hero – Robert Bruce
Risk and Reward Are Not Obvious – Fred Wilson
College and Business Will Never be the Same – Steve Blank
Bother Me, I’m Thinking – Jonah Lehrer
How to Make Money in 6 Easy Steps – Jason Fried
“Conventional wisdom is that you should find a job that matches your passion. Transferring your passion to your job is far easier.” – Seth Godin
“The difference between marketing & selling is more than semantic. Selling focuses on the needs of the seller, marketing on the needs of the buyer.” – Theodore Levitt (Marketing Myopia, 1975)
“We tell our friends about your brand not because we like your brand, but because we like our friends.” – (@mikearauz)
And HUGE props to buddy David Spinks who launched his new company Blog Dash this month! From the site: “BlogDash is an all-in-one blogger outreach tool. If you’re looking to find and reach out to bloggers for press coverage, partnerships, writing opportunities, advertising, or anything else, we’ll help you find, research and engage with the right ones.”
What are some of the best posts you’ve read recently? Better yet, what was your favorite post that you wrote this past month?