scottberkun.com: How to be a free thinker

scottberkun.com
scottberkun.com

Here’s a thought for the day…

We’ve heard from Scott before. He’s the author of Making Things Happen and The Myths of Innovation. A former manager at Microsoft, he’s now a public speaker and more.

At his blog, scottberkun.com, Scott pens thought-provoking posts worth reading (you can find the whole list under essays in his nav).

How to be a free thinker is his latest.

Enjoy…

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March Writing Blog Madness

March Writing Blog Madness
March Writing Blog Madness

The battle of the writing blogs.

Hosted at: The Writer’s Resource Center.

The Tournament: The blogs will be seeded in four brackets with eight blogs in each bracket. The blogs will be judged in the categories below. The field of thirty-two will be narrowed to sixteen, then eight then four. In the end, two sites will go head to head to determine which site is the writing blog of 2007. [... Continue reading ... March Writing Blog Madness

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Wishful Thinking

Mark McGuinness
Mark McGuinness

From Mark:
I’m a poet and a business coach specialising in the Creative Industries and professional artists and creatives. This blog is about creativity, coaching and business, how they fit together and whether the seams show. [... Continue reading ... Wishful Thinking

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Triangle Grammar Guide

Pam Nelson
Pam Nelson

Triangle Grammar Guide
Triangle Grammar Guide

About:
Longtime N&O journalist Pam Nelson dishes on language use and misuse and answers questions about grammar and style.
[... Continue reading ... Triangle Grammar Guide

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