What We’re Reading This Week
Every week we scour the web to bring you interesting, thought provoking and sometimes down right funny articles.
This week we bring you a few stories about the myths of productivity, a good reason to read more and the degrees of separation between you and everyone else on Facebook. Plus, our CEO in Sunday’s New York Times Corner Office. Here’s the list:
- A Productivity Expert Say There’s One Huge Myth About How to Get More Stuff Done During The Day – Shana Lebowitz, BusinessInsider.com
- Why you should read 50 books this year (and how to do it) — Stephanie Vozza, Fastcompany.com
- There Are 3.57 Degrees of Separation Between You and All of Facebook – Nathan Ingraham, engadget.com
- Unit of Value: A Framework for Scaling – Jerry Chen, Greylock Perspectives
- First Click: It’s Easier to Make Great Products if Your Company Is Private – Vlad Savov, TheVerge.com
- Feature Promo: Liz Pearce of LiquidPlanner: Solving the Rubik’s Cube of Leadership – Adam Bryant, NYTimes.com
Bonus Story! The most read blog post of the week:
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