I’m not talking about the ability to be heard… we solved that problem a few years ago. It used to be logistically impossible to make it easy for the masses to speak up and to sort and respond to the feedback. Now, though, that part is easy.I’m wondering whether marketers, politicians and leaders h
One way to do indispensable work is to show up more hours than everyone else. Excessive face time and candle-burning effort is sort of rare, and it’s possible to leverage it into a kind of success. But if you’re winning by cheating the clock, you’re still cheating.
And this is the problem with just about every lame speech, every overlooked memo, every worthless bit of boilerplate foisted on the world: you write and write and talk and talk and bullet and bullet but no, you’re not really saying anything.
Seth Godin explains why the best presentation is no presentation at all.
Rex Sorgatz made this handy blowhard-related flowchart for Wired. This is majorly internet-y, so if none of these names ring any bells, feel free to just move on and pat yourself on the back for having a life outside the world wide web.
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Seth Godin ponders the plight of the middleman in a self-service world.
There’s a story in the Bible with very specific instructions for building an ark. Included in the instructions is a call for using tanned dolphin leather. Don’t worry: it’s a metaphor.
Seth Godin may pick people to work with him for 6 months in January 09. Check out more details and learn how to apply at the link.