Category Archives: Seth Godin

Metric Failures


KPI taught me a lesson I still apply today. The less you understand about a problem the more information you request. The more you know about your problem, the more you focus on a few key items. Continue reading

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Teaching the Teacher


How do you know if you’re an effective teacher? Tonight provided an opportunity worth sharing. Continue reading

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A Balanced Life and Steve Jobs


What stuck me the most about Jobs was found on pages 567-571, the last 5 pages….Yet no where in there, facing death, did he spend a second reflecting on his family and relationships. The closest he came was seeing his six year-old and “imagining” what is was like for the employee he fired that day to face his six year-old. Pitiful and sad.
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Why Blog Daily?


During the market plan discussion in our entrepreneurship class, Calvin asked me, “Why do you blog daily?” Good question and I sought of stumbled through an answer. Continue reading

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Size Matters


I learned a valuable lesson today that reinforced Seth Godin’s premise that mass and size matters. Continue reading

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Seeing what you hear appear


All I know is since I started investing time each morning thinking, visualizing, and writing down what I wanted to have happen, and listening to tapes on the subconscious mind, the universe keeps sending opportunities to me when I least expect them. Continue reading

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Marketing in the Bazaar World


Bazaar marketing requires that since no one can see you given the flatness of the streets and the vast number of booths and shoppers, you have to approach your product differently. Continue reading

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