This is an encore and ad-free presentation of my conversation with Seth Godin, originally released in January 2015.
It has been edited since its original publication and is better than ever. If you’ve never heard it, you must. But even if you have, I think you’ll agree it’s worthy of a repeat listen. Not because of me, but because of Seth.
Since Seth and I first talked, he blogged about similar topics and even linked to Read to Lead in his post. Uh, yeah, I was thrilled to say the least.
If you don’t know his work, Seth is the author of 18 bestsellers that have been translated into 35 languages. His latest is What to do When it’s Your Turn (and it’s Always Your Turn). He’s the founder of several companies, a member of the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame and an influential speaker around the world.
He writes about treating people with respect, the changing economy and ideas that spread. Mostly, he creates projects, many of which end up failing.
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In today’s episode, Seth will share how to:
- Overcome resistance to change
- Resolve often knowing you can with not always believing you can
- Handle criticism of your work
- And much more!
Seth in Action
You can see Seth in action in one of his three TED talks here.
Seth Godin’s Book
You can order your copy of What to do When it’s Your Turn (and it’s Always Your Turn) right now.
Resources Seth Recommends
Seth Godin Resources
The best place to find out more about Seth is at his super popular blog.
You can also visit his business website.
Follow on Twitter…@ThisIsSethsBlog.
Be sure to check out this entrepreneurial 15-episode podcast series from Seth called Startup School.
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