Like my previous post, this one is taken from a tag cloud from Entrepreneur Magazine Tweet Stream. Like many of you I am a Seth Godin fan.
Here are links to articles and videos:
Video: Seth Godin on Failing Until You Succeed http://t.co/qJimBV7A4f
RT @WhatsInspiring: If it scares you, it might be a good thing to try. — Seth Godin http://t.co/zwB7TcTkN3
Video: Seth Godin on Personal Branding http://t.co/qNFBtWOKTo with @BryanElliott
Video: Seth Godin on Psychological Traps That Hold People Back http://t.co/JUz2oq9VMS with @BryanElliott
Video: Why Business Leaders Should Think Like Artists http://t.co/a9c3ICxv9h with @bryanelliott and Seth Godin
Seth Godin on the 3 Essential Skills Every Entrepreneur Should Cultivate http://t.co/R8jvK1YSx4 by @bryanelliott
See Seth Godin live in Orange County, CA for a special Q&A, hosted by @BryanElliott. http://t.co/5Kd1CwLpkD
Seth Godin on why waiting for someone else to notice you isn’t the best method for success. http://t.co/yLAiNI1tro
Seth Godin on how to deal with rejection and still do amazing things. http://t.co/0ghnBkxONX
The Interrupt Driven Life
I am on to about 5-7 such activities, myself with one or two primary ones that take up most of my time.
Just discovered it today. Through Reddit.
Technology Trigger ->Peak of Inflated Expectations ->Trough of Disillusionment ->Slope of Enlightment -> Plateau of Productivity – Could this be a spiral? An example of a hype cycle graph for Emerging Technology from Gartner.
The Genius is in the Details
Not sure whether I really agree with this. There is a place for both bottom up and top down thinking. The high level abstractions some times happen after successive refinements of low level details. I am sure that the Gmail founder thought about email first before he started thinking about heads and disks.