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Flying Closer to the Sun with Seth Godin

A few months ago, I sent out a newsletter titled "Why I haven't interviewed Seth Godin: My Confrontation with the Lizard Brain."  Then many of you emailed me back and told me to get over it and email Seth. It took me a few weeks, but I finally did. As expected, he was full of  insights that I think will have a profound impact on the way we approach our work. I hope you all fly closer to the sun in 2013. And now let's kick off Season 4 of BlogcastFM with Seth:
  • Why Seth has Always Changed the Status Quo with His Work Seth Godin
  • A Look at How We Became Brainwashed into Defending the Status Quo
  • The Amazing Resources at Your Disposal Today
  • Why You Can't Sell Average Stuff for Average People
  • The Mistake People Make When They Look at the Internet
  • The Commonalities Between the People Who Stand Out
  • Why Massive Amounts of Attention Are Not a Guarantee for Success
  • The Power of Connecting People to Each Other
  • Why Larger Bodies of Work Show People that You're Serious
  • The Role that Zig Ziglar Has Played In Seth's Work
  • The Importance of Training Yourself that Failure is OK
  • Why Every Goal Worth Pursuing Requires Other People
  • A Look Into EdgeCrafting and Redefining Categories
  • The Launch and Inception of The Domino Project
  • How Seth Launched The Domino Project
  • Involving Other People When You Want to Make a Ruckus
Tweetable Insights Include:
  • I've had a habit of consistently trying to change the status quo with my work (Click to Tweet)
  • Part of my work is unbrainwashing people (Click to Tweet)
  • Mass attention is almost unattainable and if you can have it, it's not clear that you want it (Click to Tweet)
  • If it's a project and you know it's going to end, you might as well make a ruckus (Click to Tweet)
Seth Godin is the founder of Squidoo.com , an author, and blogger. You can follow him on twitter @ThisIsSethsBlog If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter. Oh, and we’d be really grateful if you write us a review in iTunes.   

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