All posts tagged “seth godin

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People like us

Seth Godin wrote on his blog today about what it means to be a lifelong fan — whether it be of a sports team, a car company, a political party, or, in his words, “anything where affiliation drives our sense of self and community.” There’s… Read More

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Guts and generosity

Today’s Seth Godin post on innovation, guts, and generosity is Seth Godin at his best. One of the reasons why I like it is that I keep thinking that “innovative” has become too much of a buzzword. It’s similar to walking around and telling everybody… Read More

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The new studio geography

If any of you have gone to architecture school (or know someone who went to architecture school), you’ll know that everything revolves around something called studio. Studio – that’s really all you need to say – is worth many multiples of your other classes and… Read More

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Value creation gap

Here is a good follow-up to yesterday’s post about Ian Schrager and Edition Hotels. It’s a short post by Seth Godin that I’m going to reblog here in full: The gulf between “risky” and “feels risky” is huge. And it’s getting bigger. It turns out… Read More

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76 thumbs down

A few weeks ago Seth Godin wrote a post on his blog called: What 99% looks like. He used the example of a Turkish vlogger who had posted an interview with him to YouTube that received the following view count, up votes and down votes:… Read More

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What’s in a sign?

The built environment is the environment that we create around ourselves. Signs are a part of that. Seth Godin recently posted this sign on his blog: It was seen at LaGuardia Airport. He then asked a few pertinent questions, dissecting the signs intent. Finally, he… Read More