THE Seth Godin was (our) speaker at last week’s CreativeMornings/NewYork, generously hosted by The New School.
In his talk, Seth challenges our perception of work. He talks about how people who take responsibility are often given responsibility and how these days, we all carry media companies in our pockets.
Trust me, watching this talk is 20 minutes well spent. You can also watch the Q&A following his talk here.
Having Seth as a speaker was nothing short of a true honor. I am so grateful. You too? Let’s tell him.
A big thank you to Ben Hallman for filming and editing.
As Rex Williams says :
Great speech + great video production = powerful impact
Thanks my friend for sharing this.
PS : the text from the ‘Plain old untrendy troubles and emotions’ speech made by David Foster Wallace can be found in a post from The Guardian, Saturday 20 September 2008
Bringing people together is pretty easy, but building working relationships and solidifying an organization with shared purpose is a challenge.
The Collective Action Toolkit (CAT) is a package of resources and activities that enable groups of people anywhere to organize, build trust, and collaboratively create solutions for problems impacting their community. The toolkit provides a dynamic framework that integrates knowledge and action to solve challenges. Designed to harness the benefits of group action and the power of open sharing, the activities draw on each participant’s strengths and perspectives as the group works to accomplish a common goal.
The Secret to Spreading Ideas : Bernadette Jiwa at TEDxPerth
Bernadette is the author or the #1 Amazon Business Bestseller Make Your Idea Matter.
Her blog was voted Australia’s Best Business Blog in 2012 and she was named as one of the Top 100 Branding Experts to follow on Twitter.
Bernadette works as a strategist and brand storyteller, helping entrepreneurs and business leaders from around the world to distill and capture the essence of their brands and ideas.
Bernadette became fascinated by what makes ideas spread as a child when she observed how a toy company made the packaging more valuable than the toys inside by introducing a collectible star loyalty program.
Bernadette will discuss how and why our job is to make people feel, not just make them do.
Start with small steps …
You can grow from there.