Entrepreneurial Revolution According To Seth Godin

Thu, May 10, 2012

Home Business, Personal Growth

Seth GodinAre You An Entrepreneur?

Or are you thinking of becoming one?   :roll:  I remember how it felt being an employee and yet wanting the freedom of being an entrepreneur.  I listened to my heart in 1995, and I feel very blessed to have learned how to be a home business owner.

Goodbye Industrial Age, Hello Entrepreneurial Revolution

Seth Godin, author of Linchpin, says “Our Economy now, is revolving around individuals who do work that matters and people who choose to make a difference“.   According to Seth, in the Industrial Age, it was a race to bottom, to produce things fast and cheap.  Today, there is a race to the top, people who will do work that really matters and that makes a difference. Entrepreneurs and small business owners are the best qualified to do this because they are close to the customer, and they still care. 

Watch this “Eye-Opening” video with Seth Godin:

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The New Challenge Of An Entrepreneur

It isn’t the risk of losing a lot of money anymore.  Seth says it’s the emotional risk of appearing foolish. :lol:   Also, there is no “rule book” for real growth.  He explains that the ones who will be willing to put in the work and be creative, will monetize.  This reminds me of Jim Rohn saying “We Get Paid For Bringing Value To The Marketplace“.

An Exciting Time Of Changes And Opportunity

I believe this is a very pivotal time in human history, and there are a lot of new opportunities available for anyone who is willing to learn and change during these times.  “In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists.“ –Eric Hoffer

How do you feel about the Entrepreneurial Revolution?  Do you agree with what Seth Godin is saying?  Please let us know in the comments below. We’d love to hear how you feel.   :-D

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10 Comments For This Post

  1. Donna Merrill Says:

    Hey Kellie, Thanks for this great video of Seth Godin. I can never hear enough of that man. He is one of my hero’s! As an Entrepreneur, my mindset is always up for the challenge. I like what he said about the challenge of being original and extending yourself to get it done.
    This kind of stuff gets me up in the morning.
    Thanks again
    Donna
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  2. Beverly Monical Says:

    Great post. Seth Godin is always so good.Now is the best time to work your own business.It does take focus and knowing your why and pick something you can get your passion behind.Thanks for sharing!
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  3. Tonya Sheridan Says:

    Thank you for sharing this inspiring Seth Godin video. More and more people are wanting to go back to building community, to give back, and to work from their heart and their creativity. This is what is needed and it’s the answer to turning the economy around.

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  4. Monna Ellithorpe Says:

    Hi Kellie,

    I believe Seth is absolutely correct. Finally we are coming back to what it should have been about all along “people” and not money.

    Money is nice but the reward of helping others is finally meaning more to so many.

    Thanks for sharing.
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  5. Kay Wilson Says:

    Hi Kellie,

    Thanks for sharing Seth’s video, he is “barking up our tree”. This fits Herbalifers so well, it is true that our clients know we care about them, they are like our family.

    Being passionate about our products will help all of us to share wherever we are in our community. Leon Weisbein says to work in the 2 miles radius of your home. Good advice.

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  6. Nathalie Villeneuve Says:

    I love to be reminded why we chose to be an entrepreneur. We have to be confident in offering our products and services. Navigating without a map can be a little scary but by keeping your ship lined up towards the “light house” (goals)…you will get there.

    Thanks Kellie ;)

    Nathalie
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  7. Elise Says:

    Such an interesting post! I’ve found it really inspiring, this kind of revolution can make the whole blogger/enterpreneur scene fresher!
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  8. Aexandra Says:

    Interesting interview, Mr. Godin has shared some of his very helpful and inspiring thoughts. Thanks for posting this one.
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  9. Eva Says:

    Seth Godin is such an inspirational persona! I’ve enjoyed this interview so much, thanks for sharing! I’m a newbie to the blogger scene and I’ve just started my new blog so I have to learn as much as possible. I know that it will take a long time but articles like this could be very useful in the learning process.
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  10. Adrienne Says:

    Hey Kellie,

    I enjoyed this post as well as Seth’s video. He is so inspirational.

    I like what he said about being original because I see that lacking for some people. I always am up for a challenge.

    I know from my own personal experience, I believe making a way for yourself is really the smartest and the only way to go forward.

    Thanks for sharing this with us Kellie,

    ~Adrienne
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