What are you learning?

I spoke this morning at a Williamson County Chamber of Commerce event on a marketing and PR panel with Keith Miles, partner at McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations and Mark Cleveland, CEO of Swiftwick Socks, with Dan Ryan of Ryan Search & Consulting as moderator.

panoramic shot of Williamson County Chamber of Commerce event on 4/5/13 at E|SPACES Cool Springs

panoramic shot by Matt Largen of the standing-room-only crowd at the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce event on 4/5/13 at E|SPACES Cool Springs

During the wrap up, Mark drew down a challenge to me and Keith to publish what we are reading, or what our current sources of learning are.

Since [meta]marketer is all about getting smarter, I am totally down with this challenge. As someone who regularly bites off more reading than I can chew, I’m a little nervous about revealing just how insane I am when it comes to the number of books I am ever “currently reading” at any one time.

It’s funny and: if you saw the foreboding stack of books on my bedside table, you would laugh. (In fact, here’s a fairly recent photo I posted to my Facebook profile of that stack. If you’re a book junkie like me, you will not be surprised to learn that it has only grown since then.)

And then there are all the e-books. Oh, I’m not kidding, it’s embarassing.

Anyway, here are a few of those:

So that’s enough confession about me and my craziness. What are YOU reading to make you think?

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  1. Posted April 5, 2013 at 2:46 pm | Permalink

    I don’t feel like such a freak now with my all over the map reading habits:

    In paper form:
    “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” by Michael Pollan
    “On The Road” by Jack Kerouac
    “Grace: A Memoir” by Grace Coddington

    The House on First Street by Julia Reed