Seth Godin

What to Read?

This last year I've read a ton (at least a few pounds) of books, especially on marketing, the web, consulting, writing and speaking. I created some reviews on [...]

Professional Speaking: The one-pager

Are you using the best market tools at your disposal? What have you shipped lately? In the book The Six Figure Speaker, author Cathleen Fillmore discusses a [...]

Book Review: Made to Stick

Are you struggling to get momentum behind your message? Recently, Seth Godin posted a blog entry about the phrase drill baby drill. This has become a catch [...]

The missing ingredient is us

Do you know what is missing for your success? Driving home from our District Toastmaster training (TLI) in Overland Park, I was talking to a friend of mine [...]

Weekly Column: First Habit of Success

"In the Land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King." Desiderius Erasmus, Adagia (III, IV, 96). Dutch author, philosopher, & scholar (1466 - 1536). This [...]

Book Review: The E-Myth Revisited

The E-Myth Revisited is a book by Michael Gerber that is based on his many years of experience in helping small businesses see success by realizing the [...]

Book Review: Meatball Sundae

Another great Marketing book by author Seth Godin, Meatball Sundae asks the question right off the bat, "Is your marketing out of sync?" To help you [...]

Book Review: The Harper Book of Quotations

Every now and then, a good book may be a reference book you can turn to again and again. If you are a person who writes or speaks, you need to have a [...]

Speaking Tips: 3 myths that hold you back

You may find yourself held back by these common myths. Each of these applies to any type of speaking, as well as speaking in Toastmasters. Read on, and learn [...]

Bonus Post: Linchpin out today!

I wrote a book review last week on Seth Godin's New Book, Linchpin - Are you Indispensable? This book is out today, and is now available at Amazon or your [...]