Join us for Book Club with Green Egg Media
- Megan Greene 03.04.2021
Our founder, Lance Johnson, set a goal for 2021. He's going to read at least 1 book per week this year. But, he's not limiting himself to just 52 books. In fact, he's already read 43 books, and it's only the beginning of March. Lance's book list includes new books, books that are tried and true and worth reading over and over, and books related to business development. "I read a mix of paper, e-book, and audiobook...just depends on what's available when I'm ready to move on," Lance shares.
This goal has inspired the rest of the Green Egg Media team to kick our reading habits up a notch and we want to invite you to join us. We're excited to launch Book Club with Green Egg Media. While we can't cozy up in our local coffee shop with our favorite latte and discuss the reading, we invite you to grab your favorite mug filled with your favorite coffee blend from a local roaster (or tea, if you're not into the coffee scene), sit in your favorite chair, and join us for Book Club. We'll share what our team is reading for the month and we encourage you to read with us, but we want to hear from you, too.
We hope to create community connections that go beyond transactional business. Yes, we will suggest business-focused books, but we will also share our personal reading lists, books our children are reading, and we want to know what books you're excited to recommend, too. Follow our social media accounts to join in the conversation.
Book of the Month
For the month of March, our team will be reading The Lean Startup by Eric Reis. We encourage you to join us in reading this book, or if you've already read it or would prefer something else, check out our reading list for other great suggestions, or share your favorites with us on our social pages.
Our Reading List
Business Development Books
We are excited to dive into the pages of books with you, hear your thoughts on books you've read, and add your suggestions for books to the book list. Happy Reading!
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