Monthly Archives: April 2013

Your Manifesto, Your Culture

by Seth Godin It’s so easy to string together a bunch of platitudes and call them a mission statement. But what happens if you actually have a specific mission, a culture in mind, a manifesto for your actions? The essential … Continue reading

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Is This the Best You Can Do?

by Seth Godin If the answer to this is “yes,” and you think you’re done, you might be settling too soon. The right question is, “Is this the best your team can do?” And if you need a better team, … Continue reading

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Frequency, Repetition & the Power of Saying it More Than Once

Posted by Seth Godin on April 19, 2013 “I’m only going to tell you this once…” There’s a lot to be said for conditioning your audience to listen carefully. If they know that valuable information is only going to come … Continue reading

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Try Harder / Try Again

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Paying attention (to someone else’s agenda)

by Seth Godin The person who sets your media/incoming queue owns your best work. There goes another an hour. An hour of responding to incoming from people I can’t help, looking at stats that don’t matter, thinking about problems that … Continue reading

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“One of Us is Wrong…

by Seth Godin …and it’s not me.” That’s the way every single conflict begins. Of course it does, because if it didn’t, it wouldn’t be a conflict, would it? So, given that the other person is sure you’re wrong, what … Continue reading

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Reading

by Chris Brady Nearly all the noteworthy leaders throughout history have been big readers.  Reading is the shortcut to successful thinking, the route to accurate perspective, and the doorway to knowledge.  Reading can be fun and entertaining, enlightening and inspiring, … Continue reading

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