Think Big, Act Small

kinnon —  June 22, 2005 — 2 Comments

ThinkbigactsmlKeith Ferrazi, who’s book is linked  in the left right column and reviewed by me here, recommends this new book by Jason Jennings, Think Big, Act Small. Keith says:

"I used to be a Fortune 500 guy, but I run a small business now. On one hand, I’ve never had more joy in my life. On the other, it’s challenging and a little scary. No 18 months severance if I quit! No big, cushy pension if I hang out for a while.

"Think Big, Act Small" gave me a ton of little tips and stories to help me better approach each day of working to build a great company and achieve my personal goals."

Now what was it Seth was saying recently? Oh yah. Small is the New Big. I commented on that here. Book addict that I am, I’ll be ordering the Jennings book. And if you haven’t read Never Eat Alone, do. Check out Keith’s blog here –  you can also subscribe to his semi-regular email from which I’ve quoted.



A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

2 responses to Think Big, Act Small

  1. I ordered it yesterday, thanks to your post about it.

  2. I look forward to reading your review of it, Terry.


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