[Video] About Reading Books

Guys, do you think that cliché : “Reading books  is boring and old fashioned”, is true?

Hmmm?;-) Let me do  my bit to turn around your perception. Let me know if I have succeeded?

Selection of  Lessons Learned, from Ken’s book ELEMENT

I have enjoyed to “know”  Debbie Allen and her page. I have tweeted her  famous quote:

You want fame. Well, fame costs. Right here is where you start to pay in sweat.

I have downloaded and listened to 2 amazing music albums:

  • Traveling Wilburys – their album was happy accidental meeting….As I always say: “There ain’t any coincidences in life.”
  • Miles Davis – Kind of Blue

I had a great experience by watching Black Ice poems on Youtube. WATCH HIM, TOO! He has loads to say.

I laughed out loud at Billy Connolly and his comedian bliss, again on Youtube.

Ladies, did you know that we can thank to hairstylist Vidal Sassoon for our blow dries?;-) Me neither, now I know.

Thanks to Ken I have got “introduced” to Arianna from Huffington Post. If you don’t use RSS, you can follow updates on Facebook too, just become fan, here.

I have watched inspiring words of  Marian Wright Edelman about Child Poverty in America, on Youtube.

And much more.

It is all up to you, what experiences you are looking for, when you read a book;-) This was mine.

Have a super cool week ahead.

i.



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Comments

  1. Miroslava Durnekova says:

    Great Ivka! Good ideas… Especially I like expressing a gratitude… so find this comment to be my appreciation of your truly professional giving motivational speeches 🙂
    Good luck!

    • Ivana Sendecka says:

      😉 Welcome to my blog Mirka! I am so grateful to “meet” you after two year since our first personal meeting!;-)
      Thank you for watching and see you around!
      cheers,
      i.

  2. Hi Ivana,

    Any form of learning and gaining knowledge is welcome — audio, books, workshops, blogs, conversation… even meeting those with different cultures 😉 On occasion, nothing beats quality time alone and getting immersed in a good book — no glare of a screen… just quiet time to allow the imagination to soar and the mind to ponder.

    Cheers,
    Kim

    PS. Blue in Green http://bit.ly/vzOtL has been a favorite for years. Thanks for reminding me to pull out and play Kind of Blue again.

  3. Ivana Sendecka says:

    Hey Kim!
    so glad to “see you” again. typing this words with Blue in Green ON;-)
    Let me ponder…
    Thank you for stopping by and have a super cool day!;-)
    i.

  4. Ivana I do the same exact thing you do with the stickers! I thought I was weird or something but it’s good to know I’m not alone. 🙂

    Great video. I’d not thought about taking notes to tweet about or start conversations about… nice tip! Thank you.

    I’m a dork for noticing this but I saw Seth’s Linchpin book over your shoulder in the background! 🙂

    • Ivana Sendecka says:

      Wohoooo, Jason!
      Welcome to our “super cool gang”:)

      Thank you for watching, subscribing and letting me know I not alone, too:-)
      Thumbs up, for you noticing book behind my back, I put it there purposely;-) you are the second person from all the viewers who have noticed it,

      See you around;-)
      cheers,
      i.

  5. Janko :) says:

    Ivka , vies mi poradit kde zohnat tu knizku ? element od kena robinsona ? 🙂

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