Posts Tagged ‘Seth Godin’

The Lincoln Letter

Monday, August 20th, 2012

After reading The Lost Constitution in 2008, I reached out to William Martin. Having never ventured into historical fiction previously, I was amazed at how he made our nation’s past come alive on the pages of a novel and wanted to thank him for showing me a new way to learn. Later that year Kathy […]

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Speed Bumps

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

I read the other day – and if I could remember who penned it, I’d give him/her credit… apologies upfront – that the concept of writer’s block is a myth. After all, the author questioned, “Is there such a thing as plumber’s block?” Seems like a logical point. Other professionals get up every morning, go […]

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In Search of the Guru

Friday, December 18th, 2009

Continuing the countdown of the Top 10 things I learned this year: #7 Go For It – A few months ago I read where Seth Godin wanted to invite a select group of 10 small business owners to spend a day brainstorming. The cost would be travel to and lodging in New York City and […]

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