Are nuance and subtlety the overlooked keys to success?

Picture of a man with extremely long hair from 15 years of growth
The last time he cut his hair was 15 years ago – there is neither subtlety, nuance, nor simplicity


Are nuance and subtlety the overlooked keys to success? Seth Godin even goes as far as to say simplicity may be wrongly replacing nuance. Interesting.


Maybe not.

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Writing, Even If You’re The Only One That Ever Reads It, Will Help You

Dear Son, Dan Cathy, Chick-fil-A CEO talks with Seth Godin about leadership communication. Writing helps us see ourselves more clearly which makes us significantly more effective.

Writers must think, feel, experience, research, benchmark, network – all of these things are critical. Some cost time. Some money. Mostly, both. All are tax deductible.

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Seth Godin On Modern Business

We all have our favorite things. Art. Music. Books. People. Places. Food. Quotes. Teams. Blogs.

My all-time favorite blogger is Seth Godin.

Seth Godin’s recent post contained 14 considerations for modern business.

Don’t waste your time if you’re not into business. Otherwise, well, if I were you, I’d click here, now.

My MBA will allow for working anytime and from anywhere, including the back porch.

For a balanced approach, click here

What If David & Goliath

Infinite Combinations of Nothing Is Impossible
Infinite Combinations of Nothing Is Impossible

What if they had teamed up instead of battling?

Picture Seth Godin and jeff noel collaborating on a book.

Picture Mark Victor Hansen and jeff noel collaborating.

Picture the Crohns and Colitis Foundation of America and jeff noel collaborating.

Or, the Pope….

Your expectations are not high enough.

Today’s post at this blog illustrates this concept.

But before you go to Lane 8, let me ask you, what do you picture yourself doing?

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