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Happy Halloween!

by Megan M. on October 31, 2008 (Blog) |

…said the Unicorn in the Balloon Factory!

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Seth’s Tribes Presentation in New York

by Megan M. on October 30, 2008 (Blog) |

Your mission, gentle readers, should you choose to accept it…

Over the weekend, Marty and I watched Seth Godin’s Tribes presentation, given this month in New York. An enthusiastic pack of Triiibes members traveled to attend, and many of them took audio and video of the event. It was no surprise that after the fact I [...]

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People I Adore: Triiibes (part three)

by Megan M. on October 27, 2008 (Blog) |

You know, I meant to write up one post about the new links in my sidebar, and look what happened! You see, the problem here is just that they’re all too awesome. I can’t fit any of them into the paragraphs I wrote, much less a few sentences that would have allowed me to make [...]

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People I Adore (part two)

by Megan M. on October 25, 2008 (Blog) |

Here are the next three items from yesterday’s People I Adore post—I didn’t intend for them to be separated into neat little categories, but that’s what seems to have happened! The next three are all people that I’ve never met in person, but have nevertheless managed to have a profound effect on me.

Seth Godin, agent [...]

Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us

by Megan M. on October 22, 2008 (Blog) |

You’re a leader.

We need you.

I am properly ensconced in my warm blanket with fresh ginger tea, and (appropriately) I will share with you my soul-swelling experience with Seth Godin’s book, which is all about Tribes.

Sometimes you find your path, and discover that the universe is leading you. It starts out by dropping hints. If you [...]

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The Tribes Casebook (courtesy of Triiibes)

by Megan M. on October 16, 2008 (Blog) |

The Tribes Casebook PDFI am incredibly pleased to announce that the Tribes Casebook will be released today on Seth Godin’s blog (and hundreds, if not thousands, of others). I submitted two pieces and both were selected; the first was an original case study I wrote on diversity, a subject that resonates hugely for me. The [...]

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