Saturdays, you know. Productivity-wise it's perhaps the best day of the week for me. Spent the morning at Starbucks, as usual, catching up on reading, writing, and - sue me for this - thinking. I wrote a future blog post long-hand; it's titled, as of now, "How To Say 'No'". Wrote it in the middle of reading the excellent Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini; he has a section on 'how to say no' but mine is more twisted. I'm not sure but I think I learned of the book when someone mentioned it on Twitter. Gotta love Twitter! Outlined two more episodes of my movie series. Consumed two Ventis - red eye! Hands shook for a long time. A thing I do usually when I go to the library is walk over to the CD shelf and scan the whole fucking thing to randomly pick music. I hadn't planned to yesterday...but something told me I should. It was me! If I hadn't...these are what I'd have missed.
Moral of the story: Listen to yourself, even if your voice sounds like a 11-yr old kid. :)
Stuff on hold for me yesterday:
The Wisdom of Crowds: James Surowiecki, Execution: Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan, and - I'm not kidding - Pour Your Heart Into It: Howard Schultz and Dori Jones Yang, and The Kite Runner soundtrack: Alberto Iglesias.