Seth Godin, Front Row Culture, and High School Holdovers

Seth Godin, Front Row Culture, and High School Holdovers

I’m a huge fan of Seth Godin’s amazing blog and I was fascinated to read his commentary recently on the difference between what he called front row cultures and the contrasting empty rows of some company meetings (and by extension, some conferences and meetings with the same strengths and weaknesses). It reminded me of parallel […]

Ten Great Speaker Web Sites

If someone is thinking of hiring you to speak at their next event, it’s almost guaranteed that they will look at your web site. It will help them determine what your message is, your typical audience and what your likely fee is. First impressions are important – people will assess you based on the quality […]

For once, Seth Godin is wrong!

I’m a big Seth Godin fan, and usually find his blogs insightful and thought-provoking.  Rarely, I disagree with them entirely.  Recently, Seth posted the following blog, with which I disagree so violently that I have to blog in opposition:  Rehearsing is for cowardsJackson Browne gave us that advice. He would rather have you explore.Exploring helps […]