What I’m Reading: 3/30/2014

These are the highlights of what I read, watched, and listened to this past week: For Pleasure Get Shorty by Elmore Leonard (book) 60% of the way through Can You Hack Charisma? by Teresa Chin (article) When she was working on a story for Forbes and felt she had a reason for introducing herself to people, for example, she noticed she would hold an upright stance—more so than when she approached someone at a party. Her personality didn’t change, just her internal sense of comfort, and the way her actions appeared to others. change the exterior first, which will affect the interior. 
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What I’m Reading: 3/16/2014

These are the highlights of what I read, watched, and listened to this past week: Books Get Shorty by Elmore Leonard I’m only about 50 pages in.I’ve been stymied by recent script reading/work, so haven’t contributed enough time between work tasks and at night as I’d like. It was tough digging into Leonard’s writing at first, but since so many crime novelists attribute him for their style, I’ve stuck it out and think I’m over the hump. Will probably need another two weeks to finish.  Articles The Math of Hit TV Shows by Amy Chozick Why a Failed Pilot Actually
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What I’m Reading: 8/28/2013

These are highlights of what I read (and watched and listened to) this past week: Day Trading Is a Sucker’s Game Crossing Wall Street | Crossing Wall Street“The good news is that this means that our formula for investing is now at an even greater premium. The ingredients of that formula are the same as ever: (1) Find good-quality companies; (2) Buy said companies’ stock at good prices; (3) Be patient. You don’t need to be the fastest trader, or have the most gizmos working for you. You don’t have to make the perfect trade every time. What you do have
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