In this interview, Seth talks about the liberating power of committing to a lifetime of projects. He also discusses the challenges involved and ways of overcoming them along the way.
Additional topics include:
- how the resistance prevents us from living how we want to live
- how seeing helps us innovate and inspire
- what he and Guy Kawasaki missed when they failed to see
- how we develop smart intuition
- ways to choose worthwhile projects
- when to end a project or simply to walk away and leave a legacy
- how to make it through the dip when most people quit
- how the modern economy rewards big problem solvers
- how committing to a life of problem solving gives our lives meaning
- how the power of relationships allows us to do amazing things (like speak in London)
Seth also talks about the role of curiosity in his life and the big revelation that led him to start rethinking life and work.
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What to Do When It Is Your Turn by Seth Godin (latest book)
Not Impossible Labs by Mick Ebeling
The Dip by Seth Godin
Linchpin by Seth Godin
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
Blog Posts Mentioned
Blog post on Projects
Blog post on London
Blog post on Learning to See
Blog post on Permission Marketing
Stop Stealing Dreams by Seth Godin (on school and education)