This week's gold is a curated round-up of the week's great stuff from around the Internet. Every Saturday. Every thing relevant to creating an all-around healthy business and life.
This Week's Gold:
- Jon Acuff's The Vanilla Trap is something I felt pulled by. His clear articulation of the vanilla trap was motivating for me to continue to drive towards my unique flavor and to recognize that lack of mass appeal does not mean failure.
- Want to Be Successful? Quick Slacking Off. by Steve Tobak is solid, unglazed truth. Like oatmeal sans sugar. Good for you even though it may not be enjoyable to eat.
- Often the hopeful endeavors of my life seem insurmountable. I struggle with feeling incapable of changing things. I was so encouraged by Molly Cantrell-Kraig's How to Change Course When You're Out Of Control. I've used this method before and I think it is a practical, sustainable way to create a healthy life.
- I think hiring is one of the most difficult common decisions to make in business. To help attract applicants that best fit your business, Brad Farris's How to write a job posting that attracts great applicants (and repels the ones you don't want) is a solid resource.