This week has been a good one.
It certainly feels like we’re well into the week because I worked on the weekend.
But having got my foot into Alexa’s radar screen (WhoIsAndrewWee.com hits Alexa 86,215) it’s good to see my daily ranking.
Yes, it’s been a happy week!
Here’s what’s been launched in the last week:
Divided into 3 sections:
- Work: Intended to be focused on topics related business and entrepreneurship. I’ve made it a kinda bookmark area, where I’ve linked videos of Guy Kawasaki, Steve Jobs and will progressively add to it as time goes by. Also will be adding the Seth Godin at Google speech. That was pretty amusing. Over time, I think this thread will serve as a companion to my content site BizExcellerator.com. Check out the site, especially the “best kept business secret course” if you haven’t do so already.
- Relax: What you do outside of work, especially in addressing the question of “The meaning of the meaning” (Something my buddy Ryan Chua mentioned in: In Pursuit of Excellence). I’ve put the resources for Po Bronson. One of the authors I’ve especially liked, and his books “What should I do with my life?” (about the search for personal meaning and fulfilment) and “Who are these people?” (about family) are ones I’ve read (the former) and am looking forward to reading (the latter). His social commentary blog kicks serious butt. Check it out.
- Play: Fun stuff. Aiming to go above the inane.
I’ve included some materials like a free excerpt from Guy Kawasaki’s Art of the Start in the forum, so do check it out. It’s good stuff.
If you’d like to think of it that way, the WhoIsAndrewWee.com forum is intended to be more ‘brick and mortar’.
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