Your Job is to Make Art – a Seth Godin talk

This is Seth Godin’s main stage talk from Craft + Commerce 2017. How to make art.

Everything he says here is still relevant today.

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In the old days, we had to pay to attend conferences or seminars to learn something from people like him. The cost was high.

If you’re a marketer (and who isn’t?), then there are many, many gems of information for you.

Even in today’s modern world.

So, take a look at this video.

But, only if you’re interested.

If it’s not for you, that’s okay, we understand.

If you learn just one thing from this talk, it will stand you in good stead in your marketing efforts.

Whether you work for someone else or if you’re self-employed. Like I have been most of my life.

Take a little time to learn. It’s an education. Learn to make art.

If you feel it’s still not for you, have a good day, anyway. Enjoy the status quo.

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Chris Wilkinson – T/a African Nursery Supplies – My Front Page

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