10 May 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Seth Godin Thinks Your Idea Will Probably Fail


I was binge-listening to Jason (I wear Your Shirt) Zook’s new Action Army podcast and toward the end of episode 8 (I’d give you the exact timestamp, but then you might jump right to it rather than listening to the entire episode like you should) Jason mentions writing Seth Godin and sharing the idea for his “I Wear Your […]

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08 July 2014 ~ 0 Comments

When The Student is Ready The Teacher Disappears

I followed a “recent articles” link from Steven Pressfield‘s wonderful blog and email newsletter (First Look Access) — I really enjoy his “Writing Wednesdays” category — and came across a short essay on his friend Liam who applied for one of Seth Godin‘s rare and coveted (and generous) week long seminars (I think it qualifies […]

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08 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Never Trust A Skinny Chef

Would you take advice from a vegan on how to grill the perfect steak? Probably not. It isn’t their area of expertise. They could do the research, present the insights and advice of others to you, but they most likely wouldn’t have the life experience of successes (and failures) required to provide you with the most […]

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27 October 2011 ~ 0 Comments


For some reason Seth Godin’s web project Squidoo.com has been popping up on my radar recently.  I’d originally explored the site and its offerings back when Seth first launched it sometime in 2006.  I promptly created an account and began creating pages (Squidoo calls them Lenses) and would update them fairly inconsistently and infrequently.  It […]

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08 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

The Opportunity Knocks Form

I believe most prospects are under the impression that if they say “no” to an offer, that you’ll just go back to the office, file your proposal in a drawer and go home — they don’t seem to realize that even if THEY said “no,” someone will eventually say “yes.” To make them confront this […]

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