Seth Godin Is Weird

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Episode #273 of Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to.

Seth Godin is more than a Marketer’s Marketer, he’s quickly becoming a major book publisher that is making the other major book publisher’s nervous. He threatened to re-invent the book publishing business earlier this year with The Domino Project (powered by Amazon) and, with close to ten titles already released (all of the best-sellers), he has yet to disappoint. It turns out, that publishing other business book authors has also inspired him to write even more. His latest book, We Are All Weird, is a blunt look at the end of mass media and what this all means to marketers still scrambling to save traditional advertising (hint: it ain’t pretty). As usual, Seth is insightful, funny and always provocative (part of the reason each and every one of his own books are consistent best-sellers). Enjoy the conversation…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast #273.


  1. I’m looking forward to hearing the podcast. I’m half-way through the book and it’s excellent. He is really hitting on some great key new material.

  2. Thanks as ever Mitch. I always love to hear Seth talk and his Domino Project is one of the most inspiring events for indie authors who are picking themselves. Just as Seth is publishing his choice of books, we can as well. The new low price Kindles will revolutionize ebooks even further, and with international markets like India opening up, the world is full of opportunity for people who stop watching TV and get writing – AND publishing (shipping!)
    I also wanted to comment on the concept of wealth/rich. I think Derek Sivers also brought this up in his book for Domino project and his podcast interview with you. The fact that it’s not about money, but choice. I recently left my IT contracting day job to pursue writing and creative entrepreneurship, inspired by Derek, Seth, you and others who prove it’s worth taking the risk.
    Thanks Mitch. You remain my most favourite podcast!

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