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Reading Record Punch Card

How can libraries create excitement about coming into the library to check out books or other items on a regular basis? I’m thinking a monthly drawing with really neat (but not too expensive) book related prizes. When patrons check out

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Insight Out by Tina Seelig (Book Review)

The book “Insight Out” by Tina Seelig describes a framework for getting ideas out of your head and into the world called the Invention Cycle. https://medium.com/@tseelig/inventure-cycle-e89579b328da#.u09ptpfm6 Imagination: Engage & Envision to identify passions Be curious: explore and engage in experiences that may lead

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A Keep It Super Simple Book Discussion

I love movies, I love books, and I really love discussing an outstanding movie based on a terrific book. I couldn’t find a discussion group, so I started the Screen and Page at Goodreads and Facebook. If you love discussing movies based

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What the Brain Wants

Emily and Paul are just trying to get some work done. But they don’t do it very well until they learn to understand their brains. Author David Rock uses their stories to illustrate how the brain works in the fascinating book “Your Brain

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2015 Book Roundup

To prepare for planning goals for 2016 I am reviewing the past year. Here is a look back at the top five books I read in 2015. 18 Minutes by Peter Bregman – Getting the Important Stuff Done Start by Jon

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Top Ten Ways to Improve Productivity

I recently read the book “The Slight Edge” by Jeff Olson, which is about the small choices we make about the daily actions we take that, over time, either lead us closer to success, or farther away from it. They are

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Give and Take (Book Review)

In the book “Give and Take,” author Adam Grant outlines different reciprocity styles, including: givers, matchers, and takers. He then poses a question: which style would you guess is most likely at the bottom of the success ladder? While givers

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