I got an email from my team last week saying, “Seth Godin just wrote a post about an interesting new program he’s doing. Should we try to get him on the podcast?”
The answer to that question is always Hell, yes. It’s always great to talk with Seth, and he shared a little bit about his interesting new seminar, and a lot about his thoughts on communicating to create meaningful change. I got a lot of value out of the conversation, and I think you will, too. His seminar is also well worth checking out, but you have to do that by Friday.
This week on the blog was all about seizing responsibility and making your professional life better.
My conversation with Seth sparked some thoughts that I explored in Monday’s post — about how we can quit putting up with not-so-great clients and attract more of the wonderful ones instead.
On Tuesday, Robert Bruce told us to shut up. In a nice way. A mostly nice way.
And on Wednesday, Stefanie reminded us that the world does not actually revolve around us, no matter how it may seem. She gave some solid advice for how to get over an obstacle that keeps a lot of web-based writers from reaching their goals.
The Showrunner published their 100th episode this week! They celebrated by answering your questions about podcasting. Never let it be said that Jonny and Jerod do not know how to party.
Enjoy all the straight talk … and let us know what you do with it!
Chief Content Officer, Rainmaker Digital
Catch up on this week’s content
5 Elements that Build a Roster of Terrific Clients
by Sonia Simone
How to Become a Great Copywriter
by Robert Bruce
Master This Writing Practice to Find More Loyal Readers
by Stefanie Flaxman
How to Recruit the Best Talent for Your Online Business
by Sean Jackson & Jessica Frick
Seth Godin and How to Create Change
by Sonia Simone
How Senior BuzzFeed Writer and Author of ‘Startup’ Doree Shafrir Writes: Part Two
by Kelton Reid
We Answer Your Questions (and Celebrate 100 Episodes)
by Jerod Morris & Jon Nastor
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