The latest book, Poke The Box is a call to action about the initiative you're taking - in your job or in your life, and Seth once again breaks the traditional publishing model by releasing it through The Domino Project.
The last stop on my tour is Marketing - The Bold Approach Method. Look for posts a little later today.
Thanks to everyone who followed along. And especially to my unbelievably gracious hosts!
There are come-ons and scams everywhere we go, but nowhere worse than Times Square in New York. That's why this sign almost didn't catch my eye. $2.99 for a shirt? Hardly. I figured you got a baby shirt for that price, but an adult size would probably cost four times as much.
I saw the fine print, but at my age and this distance, couldn't make it out. Figured it must be pretty outrageous, so I got closer. Click the picture to see for yourself.
Sometimes, it seems, you can be remarkable just by telling the truth.
Yes, we're practically illiterate. But in our tv-culture, the new thing is signs as decor, not as communication. Check out this banner from Panera. Does anyone actually read it? Did the person who WROTE it read it? Probably not (I polled people at the store and not one person I asked could tell me what the sign said... moments after walking away from it.)
The next one is June 14. I hope you can come. Click -> Seminars for more info. I'll extend the free offer until Monday, the 24th.
(free? Yes it's free if you buy enough books, per my previous post. It's still free, cause you get the books and get to keep the books, so it's no extra cost. But no, it's not free as in you can just walk in).
Sometime this morning, I'll be appearing on the Branding Blog as the online book tour continues.
See you there.
Thanks to Tim Manners for a great pointer: Intelliseek's BlogPulse. This very cool site tracks millions of blogs and shows you what's up. Even more interesting is the search function, because the number of blogs is hitting critical mass.
if you've been to one of my talks, you'll know that's a favorite punchline.
You can find out more about how business evolves (as my blogging tour continues) at Business Evolutionist