Happy April Fool’s Day!

I thought hard about doing a fake article or other prank today, but aside from the time that I just haven’t had time this week (see below!), the whole concept has had me thinking even harder. After the year we’ve all been through, levity is good. But is fooling each other equally good? Maybe not. … Read more

Music and results

Where does your approach to music lie? What kind of results do you expect from performance to performance? What kind of perfection are you expecting out of every recording? One of our favorite bloggers, Seth godin, speaks to two vantage points briefly and eloquently. Here’s Seth’s post: One difference between science and art | Seth’s … Read more

Selling in

A little thought from Seth Godin’s recent post: “I’m not selling anything” Of course you are. You’re selling connection or forward motion. You’re selling a new way of thinking, a better place to work, a chance to make a difference. Or perhaps you’re selling possibility, generosity or sheer hard work… If you’re not trying to … Read more

Why Seth rocks

We’re talking about neither Rogen nor MacFarlane, although they both have their moments. Seth Godin, as some of our readers know, has created a huge worldwide following — more than just about any other “marketing guru” — because his blog and books are unique, building a voice that is distinctly his own.  He’s a strong, … Read more

Watchword

“Creativity” seems to be the word of the hour — explored, lauded, explained and overused by countless media hawks looking for killer content, it has sparked a buzz we currently hear all over the Internet and across a plethora of printed media.  We’ve already touted the insights found in the dedicated Ideas Issue of The … Read more

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