Most of us talk a lot about our “to do” lists, but not much about our “done” lists.
Seth Godin’s blog post on how you can reduce the amount of time you spend in “downcycle” interactions that aren’t working and are only going to get worse.
Seth Godin explains why change is so easily sandbagged by small groups of nay-sayers.
Seth Godin has created an inexpensive project management tool called ShipIt, available now through Amazon.
My favorite Seth Godin book is the recent Linchpins.
It’s no secret that people are more likely to pay attention to a movement, a brand, or a product that has a human-interest story attached. Naming a program after a survivor (or a victim) has a powerful impact.
I’d stop reading blog posts full of tips except there are always those few that stand out from the crowd and offer some information that significantly changes the way I approach a project, a client, or my career.
Seth Godin has some interesting remarks about “open”-ness, based on a list developed by Michal Migurski at Tecznotes.