Twitter EDU

Twitter EDU – Your One-Stop-All-You-Need-To-Know-Guide to Twitter.

“The hardest part of Twitter is that it does not have a friendly entry point. Until you develop a network, it actually takes a bit of work to make it meaningful and rewarding.”

Filled with ‘live’ links to help you Tweet and Retweet as you read the book, Twitter EDU makes learning to use Twitter an engaging experience!

Now available on Kindle (Not currently free, set at the lowest price allowable.
Working on making it free soon!)

The Apple iTunes version is available here.

The Barnes & Noble NOOK version is available here.

Download the ePub version now from Smashwords: (You might need to open this in your web browser, if you came here via mobile Twitter: )

I will share more places to download the book here, as they become available. Mac users can use iBook, and the Nook and Kobo are also epub. Here is an article with other options including add-ons for Chrome and Firefox.

Let people know that you are reading the Twitter EDU.

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The story behind the book, and some inspirational quotes.

Twitter EDU started as a short blog post on December 7th, 2010. It became a more detailed blog post on March 30th, 2014. Then a year and a half before completing the ebook, I started writing it. What finally got it finished?

I listened to The War of Art and it inspired me to stop procrastinating and get it done!

What’s stopping YOU from completing a special project? 

“You think Resistance isn’t real? Resistance will bury you.” ― Steven Pressfield, The War of Art

Here are 2 free trial ways that you can listen to this book for free.

I’m a huge fan of audible and that’s how I listened to The War of Art:

Kindle lets you read or listen to the book:

(Link to the free Kindle app)

Again, thank you for reading Twitter EDU. One more way to help me is to share the book with others.


Also, here is a list of all the quotes and books I shared in Twitter EDU:

“People with the growth mindset know that it takes time for potential to flower.”Carol S. Dweck, Mindset ~

“Set your mind on a definite goal and observe how quickly the world stands aside to let you pass.”Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich ~

“Sometimes, the most valuable thing you get from the network isn’t an idea, but the inspiration to try something new.”George Couros, Innovator’s Mindset ~

“If you find even the smallest way to make people smile, they’ll remember you more for that smile than for all your other fancy business-model stuff.”Derek Sivers, Anything You Want ~

“Use only that which works, and take it from any place you can find it.”Bruce Lee, Tao of Jeet Kune Do ~

“Never quit something with great long-term potential just because you can’t deal with the stress of the moment.”Seth Godin, The Dip ~

“Focus on being productive instead of busy.”Timothy Ferriss, The 4-Hour Workweek ~

“Like attracts like. Just be who you are, calm and clear and bright.”Richard Bach, Illusions ~

“Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.”  George Orwell, 1984 ~

“Treating someone as second-class never gets you first-class results.”David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big ~

“Remember, to learn and not to do is really not to learn. To know and not to do is really not to know.”Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People ~

“The one path that never works is the most common one: doing nothing at all.”Seth Godin, Tribes ~

“Our job in this life is not to shape ourselves into some ideal we imagine we ought to be, but to find out who we already are and become it.”Steven Pressfield, The War of Art ~

“Impact is rewarding. Mattering makes us happy.”Daniel M. Gilbert, Stumbling on Happiness ~

“When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better, too.”Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist ~