All posts tagged: Seth Godin



“We happily give up our freedom and our income in exchange for having someone else take responsibility for telling us what to do next.” —Seth Godin You don’t need to ask anyone’s permission to do your best. — Ian P. Hines via “The taskmaster premium” by Seth Godin — Ian P. Hines.

Writing small


I’ve always written small — small poems (I actively don’t like long ones, as a rule), smallish blog posts, etc. The one nanowrimo that I won (2006) totally surprised me, due to the fact that I never thought I could come up with at least 50,000 words on anything. Turns out my instincts are a good thing, according to Seth Godin: Seth’s Blog: Too small to fail One secret of ‘small is the new big‘ thinking […]