4 Articles You Need to Read (Plus 1 I’d Like You To)

Today is shaping up to be an incredibly busy day for me. I thought I’d share some articles with you that I’ve found incredibly valuable this week. Read them, then share any that you’ve found valuable in the comments section below so we can all learn and grow.

The Top Idea in Your Mind

Paul Graham is the founder of YCombinator – a seed stage incubator for startups. He doesn’t write often. When he does, it’s usually gold. Click on the link/headline above to read his post. A definite must-read for the week.

What Separates Me From…

I discovered Jason’s blog this week thanks to a tweet by Chris Brogan. Ever wonder what separates you from media rockstars like Chris Brogan, Brian Clark, Gary Vaynerchuk, et al? Then read this post.

Don’t Wrestle With Pigs

If you don’t read Michael Hyatt’s blog, you really should. This post is incredibly short and pithy. If you’re dealing with any negative feedback in your life right now, check it out. Then make sure you’re not being the pig!

11 Essential Online Resources for Consultants

I think this list is great for anybody with a service-based business. Sure, you may not use them all. But I think you’ll find some nuggets here.

Lack of Experience Isn’t the Problem

Okay…what would a post like this be without a shameless plug? This is the most popular article of the week. If you haven’t read it, I think you’ll find some value in it.

Which posts, articles, or resources impacted you this week? Share them in the comments below so we can all learn from each other!

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  • Michael Hyatt

    Thanks for the shout-out, Travis!

    • Anytime! Great post! I know it was personal to you and I really respect that you post personal growth messages on your blog. We all learn a lot from them.

  • Michael Hyatt

    Thanks for the shout-out, Travis!

    • Anytime! Great post! I know it was personal to you and I really respect that you post personal growth messages on your blog. We all learn a lot from them.

  • Really good links here. Thanks for posting them. Paul Graham is always full of good advice. You've introduced me to Jason and Michael (nice and short post) – so thanks!

  • Really good links here. Thanks for posting them. Paul Graham is always full of good advice. You've introduced me to Jason and Michael (nice and short post) – so thanks!

  • Thanks for the links, Travis. I'm starting from the top down but will shortly get to all articles – including yours!

  • Thanks for the links, Travis. I'm starting from the top down but will shortly get to all articles – including yours!