It’s only been about a week since my last post here at Genuine Thriving, but it seems like a lot longer. I think that’s partly because I have been blogging, but just not for Genuine Thriving. Lately, I’ve been trying to drum up interest/traffic for a student organization I’m part of: The Mason MBA Student Association.
One of my key roles with this organization is running the website. As part of running the website, I thought it would be a good idea to have a daily post of some of the business news/information from around the web. I’ve called this series, “Drops from the Fire Hose.” Why? Well, there is a plethora of business information written everyday, countless books that are published each year, and a number of ways to consume new business information. These daily posts are meant to curate some of the articles/information that Mason MBA students may find useful.
Why am I telling you all about this? Well, for one, I thought some of you might find this useful, too. I usually post a few articles along with a few excerpts of those articles. If you like some of the “business” posts I’ve written here, you’d probably like some of the business articles that I include in the daily “drops.”
I have a list of 6 or 7 things I want to write about and I’m hoping to get them all written by the end of the week. If not, I may have to do one of those posts where I wrote about a bunch of ideas in one post.