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It’s What You Do with the Dots That Matters

From Seth Godin’s blog: Without a doubt, the ability to connect the dots is rare, prized and valuable. Connecting dots, solving the problem that hasn’t been solved before, seeing the pattern before it is made obvious, is more essential than … Continue reading

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Not Quite Disparate or Desperate

It’s been a while since I posted anything connected to Seth Godin’s blog,  which isn’t to say that the quality is lacking.  He’s a real inspiration to me.  A few days ago, in a post about change, he dropped this … Continue reading

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And Then Seth Godin and Worldview

It was great reading N. T. Wright’s slant on the idea of worldview.  It’s even better, perhaps, to see someone outside of the realm of religion write about it. Seth Godin, marketing thinker, has been posting responses concerning his previous … Continue reading

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Seth Godin Turns a Phrase (into something great)

The first time I read Seth Godin’s thinking on emotional labor, I knew I had found a writer I wanted to learn from.  I had never really had a good term for what I knew was a vital part of … Continue reading

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Habit and Habits

Seth Godin recently posted some thoughts on habit, mainly through the lens of things like anger.  I’ve been thinking a lot about habit lately, through the lenses of faith (James Smith) and psychology (Charles Duhigg).  Godin says: Habits are great … Continue reading

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The Future was Four Days Ago . . .

YEARS AGO DOUGLAS COUPLAND wrote about our “accelerated culture.”  Things have been speeding up for a long time, but not necessarily in the way that we expected it. Seth Godin posted a quality blog about our sped-up life that’s worth … Continue reading

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Does Godin Get Education Reform Right?

I’VE BEEN A FAN of marketing guru Seth Godin for a while now.  His daily thoughts often transcend marketing and find their way into my thoughts about life and teaching and church.  So I was excited to hear that Godin … Continue reading

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