Best Blog Post of 2005 from Seth Godin

This could be the best blog post I’ve read in 2005. Seth Godin’s On Critics, Criticism and Remarkability

This could be the best blog post I’ve read in 2005. Seth Godin, in his post titled On Critics, Criticism and Remarkability, writes:

“We don’t choose to be remarkable because we’re worried about criticism. We hesitate to create innovative movies, launch new human resource initiatives, design a menu that makes diners take notice or give an audacious sermon because we’re worried, deep down, that someone will hate it and call us on it.”

Read the whole thing. I think he’s right. We all have a choice to be remarkable or not. From here on out, I’m choosing Yes.

Published: May 11th, 2005

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