Tumbling Todd Sattersten

I live in Portland, OR with my wife Amy and three kids Ethan, Zach, and Alexa.

I am a Author, Speaker, and Consultant.

I co-wrote The 100 Best Business Books of All-Time: What They Say, Why They Matter, and How They Can Help You. (Portfolio, Feb 2009)

I worked at 800-CEO-READ, a business book retailer based in Milwaukee for six years.

I edited and self-published More Space

I ran a small sheet fabrication shop with my dad for three years.
I got an MBA from Marquette University.
I worked for General Electric for six years, making PET scanners, industrial diamond, and motor control systems.
I got a mechanical engineering degree from Michigan Tech.

from betsymae

My Favorite Music of 2011

*Someone Like You by Adele (the version recorded at her home is vastly superior to the radio edit)
*Graces by More Hazards More Heroes
*Summer Home by Typhoon
*I Will Be Waiting by Daphne Willis
*The Last Waltz by Busman’s Holiday (Daytrotter recording)
*Shell Games by Bright Eyes

Spoken Word 

‘Top-Drawer’ Business Books of 2011 from Jeff Swystun http://t.co/wyrY5poR incl. Onward, Brandwashed, Lean Startup, In the Plex

RT @fredwilson: If you want to win you can’t let @AaronRodgers12 have the ball in his hands at the end the game

With The Domino Project so much about low price, short books and reader convenience, I wonder if collectibles conflicted w/ the brand.

RT @MikeShatzkin: Looking for successful self-pubbed author, 10k or more units sold, who started from scratch, for DBW panel. Ping DBWau …

Paperless Book – Behind the Scenes 

Of readers of the @TheEconomist over 40, 95% read it in print. Asked again, only 35% believe they will in 24 months http://t.co/Fe7UEyMp

Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow is also 50% off at $15 for the hardcover http://t.co/8J65oTWr

We Didn’t See It Coming 

Sohrab Vossoughi of @zibapdx in HBR “Is the Social Sector Thinking Small Enough?” http://t.co/c8ZJxjum #pdxrocks

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! Lots to be thankful for this year. #fb

+1 RT @jwikert: Couldn’t resist buying the short eBook collection of blog posts from @mcuban. Well worth $2.99 http://t.co/oP73ETMu

Poor Economics – A Rich Book 

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