The Back Nine: Weekend Reading for May 5th, 2012

The Back Nine are stories and videos and stuff I uncovered this week that I enjoyed and felt were worth sharing for your weekend reading.

Culture of Busy - Aurora’s a fellow Columbia writer. I hope she can find more time to write. She’s delightful.

How to Find & Delegate Tasks to Virtual Assistants - Considering this myself. Do you have any thoughts?

The Truth About Cleansing and Fasting | LIVESTRONG.COM - Considering this myself. Do you have any thoughts?

When the Ladder Becomes a Wheel - My Daddy’s a Ford man. This book is on my list.

Earblowing Space Shuttle launch - Haven’t tried it yet. I will when I get home. I want to look like the guy in the Maxell ad. 

Uncage the Soul’s “Finding Portland” - PDX just might replace Austin as my second-favorite city in America.

5 Tips on Staying Productive While Travelling

Simplicity Isn’t Simple - FINCH - Loving Segall’s book about Apple. This column’s wonderful, too.

Turning 60: The Twelve Most Important Lessons I’ve Learned So Far – Tony Schwartz – Harvard Business Review - Very nice. (Thx Keri for sharing.)

Those are mine. How bouts you? Anything worth sharing from the past week?

Enjoy your weekend!

Voodoo donuts

Photo of Voodoo Doughnut courtesy of Photos by Mavis.

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As CEO and Head Custodian of Miles & Company, Tim Miles helps owner-operated companies do more with less. He's the author of Good Company: Making It, Keeping It & Being It.

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  • http://www.aspirekc.com Shawn Kinkade

    Tim – great just as always

  • http://www.aspirekc.com/blog Shawn Kinkade

    Tim – great stuff as always.

    I thought you might like this article on simplicity from Fast Company: The Simplicity Thesis – http://www.fastcompany.com/1835983/the-simplicity-thesis