Hey Podcast family!
First and foremost, thank you for being part of this community.
After listening to this interview with Seth Godin — arguably the most quotable interview in the nearly-five-year history of this podcast, filled with eloquent nuggets of insight — it strikes me that I should pause, from time to time, to say, “thank you for trusting me enough to let me into your Inbox and into your earbuds.”
It’s a relationship and a gift that I treasure more than I can express.
The show notes, as always, are right here for your enjoyment. You’ll find them below.
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Thank you. And now, onto the show notes …
Put Yourself on the Hook, with Seth Godin
“Confidence is a trap.”
“Personal narrative is another trap; it was invented by the social media people to turn well-rounded, comfortable people into balls of insecurity.”
“Authentic is a ridiculous concept, and it’s a trap, and no one wants you to be authentic. They want you to be consistent.”
Prolific thinker and writer Seth Godin, arguably the most famous modern author in the field of marketing and storytelling, shares these insights in today’s conversation.
Seth Godin is famous for his ideas. He’s written 19 bestselling books on mastery, creativity, business and marketing. His books have been translated into 35 languages, and one of his books was the top bestselling marketing book of the last decade. He’s an inductee to the Marketing Hall of Fame (yes, it exists).
He joins us today to talk about creativity, choice, the importance of practice, and how to overcome your self-imposed limitations.