Tag Archives: Seth Godin

Stop Praying for Education Reform

When it comes to education, we should adopt Nike's famous motto and 'Just Do It'. In the United States (and probably many other countries around the world), it has become a popular pastime to complain about the state of the public schools. People complain about school funding, teacher performance, curriculum, class sizes, and more things than I care to remember right now. So what are parents to do?

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Weekend Mashup 9-4-11!

Here's a new feature -- a quirky list of news from around the blogosphere that entertained, inspired, and provoked us: 1. Seth Godin's precise observational generosity: particularly his sharing of "a fascinating, generous and over-the-top-in-a-good-way article on infographics by Ed Fry." We'd loved it too! Worth bookmarking!

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Seth Godin on What’s Now and What You Can Do About It

When seeing a music superstar in concert you hope for a greatest hits performance covering their best recordings. You really hope the hits sound something like the original songs. You realize some songs you wanted to hear won’t get played. And nobody’s surprised when the artist beats a hasty retreat for the door at the performance’s conclusion. Why should it ...

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Seth Godin and Amazon – The Domino Project

Will the Innovation Dominoes Fall and Disrupt the Book Publishing Industry? by Braden Kelley “The enemy is not piracy, the enemy is obscurity.” – Tim O’Reilly I came across a TechCrunch TV interview with Seth Godin today about his future publishing plans. I’ve been wondering what Seth meant when he told me last year at the World Innovation Forum that ...

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Seth Godin Interview (World Innovation Forum)

I had the opportunity to interview Seth Godin, author of “Linchpin”, “Purple Cow”, “Tribes” and nine other books, at the World Innovation Forum 2010 in New York, NY. On stage, Seth Godin presented mostly a fusion of content from “Tribes” and “Linchpin”. He started by defining innovation as doing ‘stuff’ that’s impossible, otherwise someone would already be doing it. Seth ...

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