Today, I am launching my new book, Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. To celebrate, I am giving away seven bonuses worth $375.98 to everyone who buys a copy and e-mails me the receipt. Here are the details.
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This is a guest post by Michael Bungay Stanier to commemorate End Malaria Day on April 25th. He shares how he began his own Great Work in the hope it inspires you.
Most creatives I know hate marketing. If this describes you, I have good news. Marketing is dead. Tribe-building is the new marketing.
In this 11-minute interview, I talk to Seth Godin about change, how it is affecting the publishing industry, and how we can respond to it.
The Chick-fil-A Leadercast is a one-day leadership event broadcast LIVE from Atlanta, GA, directly to 75,000 leaders around North America on May 6, 2011. The conference will featuring eleven renowned speakers, including Seth Godin, Dave Ramsey, John Maxwell, and Robin Roberts (co-host of “Good Morning America”). Here’s how you can host it in your community.
In this guest post, author Mary Demuth highlights the benefits of finding her tribe. She discovers three benefits.
Yesterday, Seth Godin wrote a provocative post on why he is “Moving On” from the traditional world of book publishing. While I think this might be the right answer for him, I don’t think it is the right answer for most authors.
Catalyst is the premier conference for anyone who is serious about leadership. The next big conference is October 6–8, 2010 in Atlanta. In a minute, I’ll tell you how to save $60 off the registration price—but only if you register on or before Thursday, June 24.
Guest post from Mary DeMuth: That was last summer, culminating a stress-induced year of running after every opportunity, not considering if it fit the way God made me or my mission. I see now that so much of what I chased after was based on fear, particularly worry over money. So I said yes to everything. And gave myself a nice little ulcer.
Sometimes when I speak with marketing executives about social media, they seem to get it. But they don’t. Not really. They falsely believe that Twitter is like every other broadcast channel. They see it as an opportunity to blast their message out to thousands of followers—for free!—and sell them stuff.
If you’re an employee, this is frightening, until you realize that there are jobs that can’t be in a manual, and people who aren’t so interchangeable. … Our job is to connect to people, to interact with them in a way that leaves them better than we found them, more able to get where they’d like to go.
Seth Godin decided he wanted to do something similar and distribute it electronically. So, several weeks ago, he invited about 70 of us to write a page for an eBook called What Matters Now. He asked each of to write a brief article (no more than 200 words) with a single word as the title. I wrote on the topic of “Vision” (see p. 15).