1. Seth Godin

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      ...arketer. Steve Jobs would not be a good marketer in those circumstances. You know what I mean? Philip Morgan: Seth Godin would not be a good marketer under those conditions. You remove that uncertainty about who you’re t...
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      ...going to live? What's going to be different? 4. What’s a book you always recommend and why? The Purple Cow by Seth Godin. It's about phenomenal product development. The idea is if you're going to create something, create...
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      Multimillionaires Share 7 Steps to Structure Your Day for Success
      ...ore efficient,” Hyatt said. One more unexpected note on time blocking is to make sure you have time to think. Seth Godin will create for about two hours per day and then gives himself another portion of the day to walk a...
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  2. About Seth Godin

    Seth Godin

    Born in Mount Vernon, New York, Seth Godin graduated from Tufts University in 1979 with a degree incomputer science and philosophy. Godin earned his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. From 1983 to 1986, he worked as a brand manager at Spinnaker Software. For a time Godin commuted every week between California and Boston both to do his new job and to complete his MBA.

    After leaving Spinnaker Software in 1986, Godin used $20,000 in savings to found Seth Godin Productions, primarily a book packaging business, out of a studio apartment in New York City. It was in the same offices that Godin met Mark Hurst and founded Yoyodyne. After a few years Godin sold the book packaging business to his employees and focused his efforts on Yoyodyne. It was with Yoyodyne that Godin popularized the concept ofpermission marketing originally developed by Perlstein. For a period of time, Godin served as a columnist for Fast Company.

    Godin and his wife Helene now live in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, with their two sons.

    Website: http://sethgodin.com/sg/
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    1. It's not failure that is the problem, but our struggle with failure. It is this struggle we face, that causes us to question whether or not we are cut out to do the big things, that we dream of doing.
      In The Easiest, Fastest Way to Become an Entrepreneur - Entrepreneur
    2. The best way to change long-term behavior is with short-term feedback.
      In Behavior Multipliers: 4 Reasonable Ways to Achieve Overnight Success
    3. Either you're going to tell stories that spread or you're going to become irrelevant.
      In 5 Secrets to Crafting the Perfect Startup Story
    4. Nothing is what happens when everyone has to agree.
      In Here’s Your Focus for the First 30, 60, and 90 Days as a Startup Product Manager
    5. If you try to reach the whole world you'll end up reaching no one.
      In The 7 Toughest Startup Lessons You Don't Want to Learn the Hard Way
    6. The average overnight success in business takes six years.
      In 7 Key Attributes to Look for in a Balanced Entrepreneur
    7. The big mistake (marketers make) is thinking that their job is to spend money to get attention. If they think that that is what their job is, they will never ever succeed in marketing.
      In 5 Reasons Why Pay Per Click Ads Work for Small Budgets
    8. You might make a few more bucks for now, but not for long and not with pride. Someone will always find a way to be cheaper or more brutal than you.
      In You're the Boss Blog: Amerisleep Continues to Figure Out How to Sell Mattresses Online
    9. The stuff we're paying you for is the difficult emotional labor of looking people in the eye and telling them the truth, in a way that makes them change.
      In Seth Godin: 'You Are Not Your Resume, You Are Your Work'
    10. Will anyone really miss you when you're gone?
      In 6 Things Really Powerful Leaders Do