I always like to have something to read when traveling to help time pass while waiting. Nothing too heavy, but enough to keep the brain and creativity flowing. 52 Cups of Coffee by Megan Gebhart definitely fits the bill.

I met Megan while working a convention gig in Vegas back in 2011. She was awesome at being the “on air” social media host (think Snapchat at a convention, before Snapchat), and a genuine spirit. We kind of keep in touch via social media channels since then, and seeing her move through college graduation, being a nomad all over the world and starting 52 Cups as a blog was interesting and exciting. Through 52 Cups she sat down and had conversations over coffee with one person a week for a year. Lots of life lessons, some business lessons and some ah-ha moments later, she published 52 Cups of Coffee, the book.

Each reflection is about 3-5 pages long, and the book itself is a perfect size for commuting and vacation travel. Grab your copy here, and you can also see Megan’s interview about 52 Cups below.

From the 52 Cups of Coffee back cover:

Whether she’s grabbing a grande coffee with a former Starbuck’s Vice President, discussing recess politics with a first grader, or debating talent with the co-founder of Apple, Megan’s enthusiasm and empathy coax the best advice from every walk of life.

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