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One of the things that I have found helpful in getting "unstuck" is to keep reading from a variety of blogs. I just found this one and have enjoyed reading through your insightful articles. I've bookmarked it and added it to my Bloglines subscriptions. Thanks for investing in such a worthwhile resource!


tim- thanks for taking the time to post. i think that you will find the books mentioned in this piece to be of interest - all of the writers are great people too. took a look at your site as well and i commend you for the work that you are doing with student leaders. hope that fast company's blogjam is successful as well


Based on your recommendation I did try Unstuck. It did strike a few wires in me. Thank you.


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