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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