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Earlier this summer Seth Godin wrote his 5,000th blog post. This is my 201st blog post. I started this blog on January 1, 2010. That means I’m averaging about a blog post a week. (As I write that I realize I hate — no greatly dislike and distrust — averages so I don’t know why I’m … Continue reading

Seth Godin does Poetry?

I emailed Seth Godin and asked him to write a poem for the poetry segment of my blog. Just kidding.  But that would be sweet.  However, Seth posted this on his blog today.   I think it is his own unique form of poetry.  Beyond that, there’s really no explanation needed — Insulate yourself… from … Continue reading


I think Seth Godin writes about shipping (taking a project from the ideas stage to the delivered stage) more than any other topic. Today marks two weeks of blogging everyday. Seth is right, it’s good to deliver.  It’s good to take an unformed, unfinished idea and hit “publish” even when it doesn’t feel totally ready.  It’s … Continue reading

Two Weeks.

If you’ve spent any time reading my blog or talking to me in person, you’ve probably experienced my deep love for Seth Godin.  He’s an ideas master; a brilliant thinker and writer.  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve read his blog while sighing a long, heavy sigh at how good it feels to … Continue reading

In 7 Years

I get Seth Godin’s blog sent to my email every day.  (And if you don’t, you should!  Click on the Website tab of this page to find out how.)  Reading his blog is probably one of the most valuable daily routines I have. Today he asked the question – Seven years from now, what will … Continue reading

Here it goes.

Well, as 2010 soon approaches I have decided to start a blog.  I’m not crazy about the idea of New Year’s Resolutions (which feel contrived and cliche), but I do like the idea of beginning. So in the beginning of 2010 I am starting a blog. I don’t know why exactly I’m doing this except … Continue reading

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