Last night Glenn Beck had a hard time sleeping and after watching MSNBC to help him go to bed he couldn’t still (it probably made his stomach feel queezy). He then tried a documentary on Netflix before settling in on a pile of books. He posted the picture below on his Facebook page with the description below but we’ll provide you with the links to each of the books as well.
-Renaissance: The Power of the Gospel However Dark the Times by Os Guinness
-Zero to One by Peter Thiel
-Article on How We Got to Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World by Steven Johnson
-American History Stories, Vol 3 by Mara L. Pratt
-The Breath of the Almighty, we couldn’t find anything about this but maybe it just a copy of the New Testament?
Digital Books Glenn Mentioned:
-Constantine’s Sword: The Church and the Jews — A History by James Carroll
-Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson
-Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in History by David Meerman Scott & Brian Halligan
Glenn Beck – September 29, 2014
I couldn’t sleep last night. I hate nights like last night. No sleep and nothing accomplished.
I didn’t want to read or write. So instead, I tossed and turned. It may be the fact that Tania is back home and she was sleeping with the two little ones.
Neither of us sleep well without the other.
After waking at 3, reading some news, watching the craziness on the Moore Beheading and MSNBC, I couldn’t take it. Watching a Netflix doc on Sherlock Holmes was the next attempt to relax enough to fall asleep (complete sugar carb of no value) nope. So, I read a bit between several books and finally just got up, admired the hair:) and showered. Now I am waiting for breakfast to arrive and still not interested in reading news, fiction or anything else.
Remember when we were kids and we could read the back of the cereal box with joy? Over and over again. Raphe and I sit at the counter sometimes and read the box. He tells me of the cool things we can get or do if we just follow the instructions on the box.
I guess the books I am reading on my iPad or those I brought with me will have to wait one more night.
Just FYI, these are the books being consumed today. Some I brought hard copies with and others I am reading on my iPad.
Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead