Seth Godin: How to get your ideas to spread

Seth Godin: How to get your ideas to spread

http://www.ted.com In a world of too many options and too little time, our obvious choice is to just ignore the ordinary stuff. Marketing guru Seth Godin spe…

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Lizzy Wubby says:

Hey… I’ve been trying to get my ideas out for a while now… keep in mind
that I am only 14… but I have gotten nothing so far. It’s really awesome!
I have spent about seven or eight years on this and it could change the
world! But no… I’m just a little girl… a loser at school… a fatty…
a no one… a little girl who wanted to kill herself so many times that she
forgot… I don’t know about this anymore… if some one sees this
message… then try to get a good message in your head.

Aeon PiPHLO says:

ITs amazing all these products poisoned that generation

Sarah Burke says:

This is definitely worth taking a look at for all you marketers!

Ryan J. Rhoades says:

Learn the difference between remarkable and average in this video by
#SethGodin

http://youtu.be/xBIVlM435Zg



Sarah Burke says:

This is definitely worth taking a look at for all you marketers!

Bhavya Siddappa says:

A classic #video for any marketer – watch this more than once! – Seth
Godin:
How to get your #ideas to spread. http://ow.ly/xy9P8 

LCKCenter says:

Excellent Video for marketing

Ramiro Zapata says:
Mona Baby says:

Hate those chairs! The amount of pain they have caused me is crazy. And
that’s what I focused on that chair!! Argh!

Lory D says:

Great video!!! 

Carlos Garza says:

Check out this video on YouTube:

Alessandro Marrella's Blog says:

How to get your ideas to spread. TEDtalk with Seth Godin.
http://youtu.be/xBIVlM435Zg

Doba says:

*Seth Godin* explains that it’s not the best idea but the idea that has the
ability to spread that will most likely succeed. Even sliced bread –
arguably the best thing since itself – didn’t catch on until Wonder took
the idea and spread it. Take 18 minutes for some self improvement. Even
*your* boss can’t argue with that. *#SethGodin*

Reformation Designs says:

Learn the difference between remarkable and average in this video by
#SethGodin

http://youtu.be/xBIVlM435Zg

Carlos Garza says:

Check out this video on YouTube:

Alexandre Colin says:
April Dee says:

This is my first time to listen to Seth Godin. Now I know why people
listen.

Sanjeev Sapkota says:

I simply love this. +HOTTAB #HotTab people, get this.

Dorian Greer says:

And this was from 2007 (it’s now 2014). Everyone’s face these days is
pointed towards their phone, so if relevant still, how does one get a
purple cow onto a viewer’s phone? It’s not just the idea but the medium. 

On Target says:

One of our favorite segments from Seth Godin: How To get your ideas to
spread.

The Networking Effect says:

Seth Godin: How to get your ideas to spread

Naman Arora says:

Am I the only one to think he looks like a wannabe Steve Jobs!?

CvnDqnrU says:

>Otaku
>A great japanese word
You sure know about VALs, but not about otakus

GOD SOULJA says:

nice god soulja clothing line

Karen Jones says:

Yet another brilliant video presentation by THE Seth Godin! We should all
dare to think differently and be bold enough to share our unique ideas. 

Jester Jenkins says:

B Remarkable ;)

Kevin Jones says:

*Seth Godin* explains that it’s not the best idea but the idea that has the
ability to spread that will most likely succeed. Even sliced bread –
arguably the best thing since itself – didn’t catch on until Wonder took
the idea and spread it. Take 18 minutes for some self improvement. Even
*your* boss can’t argue with that. *#SethGodin* *#MotivationalMonday*

Brianna Kinsley says:

Be remarkable, be risky. Find your purple cow.

echolocs says:

The best sing since sliced bread….+Seth Godin. He makes some very valid
points about targeting people with passion who have Otaku. Its about
finding people who are passionate like Apple and Pearl Jam.

SpecificLove says:

great info

Evan Morgan says:

Good video but I had a hard time concentrating with that guy constantly
coughing in the background. 

Cheryl Washington says:

Being remarkable does make the difference. As marketers, it’s important to
take risks and stop conforming to everything and everybody.

Charity Ann says:

Awesome and Amazing!! Thanks Seth

SpiritofSix says:

Brilliant thoughts from a brilliant man. But more importantly, he brings up
a great point about the power of an idea.

Man is nothing more than a way of thinking, an
idea.

Everything is merely a perspective, a certain manner of seeing things. This
means that our very feelings of weakness and inadequacy (and also our
feelings of happiness and bliss) are also a result of our ideas.

The reality is a reflection of the idea it originates from.

It doesn’t matter how many times I say it or how many times you hear
it–each time you encounter an opportunity you will answer it in the same
way: with habit.

Life is an exchange between people–things only change when you participate
in changing them.

The only way to break this cycle is to take a risk where you otherwise
would not have, to experience something “different” from yourself so that
you can learn the different perspectives of people. We all have something
to teach one another, but the issue is finding a medium to communicate
these ideas. The most efficient and fruitful of these possibilities is the
internet.

This is my project to you, a collaborative effort in understanding the
world and ourselves. If you think me a liar, then go watch my videos and
see for yourself it I am being genuine. We can learn from each other, but
only if we both keep our walls down. I don’t fight for my pride or to be
right, I fight for the understanding–and that cannot be done accurately
without your help.

Changing the ideas that we uphold is the only way to
change the
reality that we experience.
-SpiritofSix

July Amarillo says:

In which Seth Godin pretty much sums up why bizarre/bad ideas are > boring
ones. Definitely worth the 19 minutes!

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