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Wits' Announcements

🚀 Introducing the AI Empowerment Zone Podcast! 🚀

We're thrilled to announce the launch of our very first episode! The AI Empowerment Zone is where we dive deep into the transformative world of AI, bringing you insights, trends, and actionable advice to empower your business and personal growth.

🎧 Listen Now: Catch our inaugural episode on the Wired Wits website—look for the podcast player to the right on desktop/tablet or scroll down on mobile devices. Also available on Anchor and other major podcast platforms for your convenience.

💡 We Want to Hear from You: Your thoughts and questions fuel this journey! Let us know what topics you're curious about or what you thought of our first episode. Your feedback is invaluable.

🌟 Spread the Word: If you find our content enlightening, consider subscribing, sharing with friends, and leaving a review to help us grow our community of forward-thinkers.

Thank you for being part of this exciting new venture. Together, let's explore the limitless potential of AI!

🌟Tech Roadmap Updates

Check out the all new Tech Roadmap page for all the latest updates on our website changes and application development efforts.  Check back back frequently to stay in the know! 

🚀 Exciting Updates to Site Navigation on Wired Wits!

Navigating everything Wired WIts has to offer just got a whole lot smoother! We understand finding exactly what you need can sometimes be a challenge, so we've implemented some key changes to enhance your experience.

Introducing the new 'Topics' section and a dynamic 'Tag Cloud', designed to bring the information you need right to your fingertips, and perhaps introduce you to topics or insights you hadn't yet considered. It's all about creating a more intuitive and tailored browsing experience for you.

We're eager to hear what you think! Dive in, explore the updates, and share your first impressions or suggestions at the Watercooler 📬. Your feedback is invaluable as we continue to refine and improve your Wired Wits journey.

📚 Wired Wits Reading List! 🌟

We are launching the Wired Wits Reading List and Book of the Month Club!!

Here I will share my thoughts and insights on books I have read, am currently reading, and plan to read in the future. This is an opportunity to share books that have helped me along my journey, and I think they may help you as well. The books will relate to Business, AI, and AI in Business.

Every month, we will announce the Book of the Month selection. I'm not sure what we will call it yet, but we'll figure it out. If you have thoughts, head over to the Watercooler and give us your feedback. For now though, here are three recommendations, let us know your thoughts. 📬

Wired Wits Reading List

📚Wired Wits Reading List! 🌟

What I am reading next:  

The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed Through Strategic Alliances" by James E. Austin

What it is about: In an era where collaboration is more than a buzzword, James E. Austin's "The Collaboration Challenge" stands out as a pivotal guide for forging effective alliances. This book delves into the nuanced world of strategic partnerships between nonprofits and businesses, presenting a compelling case for the mutual benefits of such collaborations. Through a blend of theoretical frameworks, practical management strategies, and real-world case studies, Austin illustrates how these alliances can lead to significant value creation, innovation, and social impact.

Why I'm Reading This:  At the heart of Wired Wits is our commitment to empowering small businesses and side hustlers by fostering a culture of collaboration. "The Collaboration Challenge" resonates deeply with our mission, as we navigate the intricacies of building a community where entrepreneurs don't feel isolated in their journeys. Through strategic partnerships and mutual support, we're not just growing businesses; we're building an ecosystem of shared success. Our upcoming AI-driven platform and collaborations with entities like the SBA are set to revolutionize the entrepreneurial landscape, making the dream of a united, thriving community of innovators a reality. This book is a cornerstone in understanding how we can better facilitate these crucial connections and transform the entrepreneurial game together.

Purchase (Amazon): https://amzn.to/3PlnP4X 

The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt
Why We Recommend It: This book is a game-changer for understanding the Theory of Constraints and how to optimize business processes. It's written in a narrative form that makes complex ideas easily digestible.
Personal Take: This book helped me see bottlenecks in processes and think about how to optimize them for better efficiency.
Purchase (Amazon): https://amzn.to/48XXGzZ

Critical Chain by Eliyahu Goldratt
Why We Recommend It: A follow-up to "The Goal," this book focuses on project management and how to get projects done on time and within budget.
Personal Take: This book has been instrumental in helping me manage projects more effectively, identifying the critical chain that impacts project completion.
Purchase (Amazon): Critical Chain by Eliyahu Goldratt

Anthony's Note: These two books are focused on manufacturing and project management, but they were instrumental in helping me truly understand interdependencies in everything around us and the importance of looking downstream. Now, as I start validating an idea and begin planning, I focus on interdependencies not only in my tool stack but also in the business processes. Mapping out a process flow early and understanding how each system or process feeds into or depends on another will make your planning more thorough, and reduce potential gaps and problems later.

You can also navigate to the Resources page to see other books, tools, and educational platforms we recommend.

Please note, the links in this section are affiliate links. If you click and purchase through these links, you are not only enriching your knowledge but also supporting Wired Wits, and for that, I give you a huge thank you!!

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