Seth Godin and Purple Cows… Let Seth Godin help your business do it right first time

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Seth Godin and Purple Cows… Let Seth Godin help your business do it right first time

Seth Godin and Purple Cows and Mismatched Socks

Seth Godin and Purple Cows and Mismatched Socks I The New Business Toolbox: Help Your New Business Do It Right The First Time

One of my favorite moments a few years ago was when Seth Godin spoke at a conference. He walked out on stage and told us about this amazing company for little girl’s socks…. which he was wearing. Seth Godin has gone beyond the normal tribe, and is the leader of many tribes. So when I saw the chance to learn from the best marketing guru of our time you can bet I jumped at it.

Even if you are an experienced entrepreneur, or have never met Seth Godin, you will find his approach and perspective refreshing and realistic and immediately applicable.

As you know, Seth Godin knows more than a few things about building a company. He’s so amazing. I love his books, and listening to him in person talk about purple cows. Right now you have a once in a lifetime chance to get practical advice from the man himself in a new video course. http://skl.sh/1eJK5LQ

Seth Godin and Purple Cows and Mismatched Socks I The New Business Toolbox: Help Your New Business Do It Right The First Time

In The New Business Toolbox: Help Your New Business Do It Right The First Time from Skillshare, Seth Godin explains how to create your own seven-part ‘Leverage Plan’ for your new business. Instead of being a boring business plan, this is a focused, detailed plan on how you can use things that already work in the world to your advantage.

The 11-part video course is available now and I’d love to have you take this Skillshare class with me. If you are interested you can sign up at http://skl.sh/1eJK5LQ. <<< If you use that link to enroll you’ll also save $10 on your first class! You’ll be shocked that the cost is less than you spent at Starbuck’s this week. 😉

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