SPOS #93 – PlaneCast, TED And Seth Godin

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Welcome to episode #93 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. From 35,000 feet in the air, here’s my first PlaneCast (hat tip to Joseph Jaffe). It was a crazy week from performing on stage at the Power Within in Halifax with Tony Robbins in front of 5,000 people to jetting off to the TED Conference in Monterey, California. I’m heading into NYC for a little break (ok, there are some meetings involved), but I did not want to miss an episode, so I recorded from the plane. I’d say, "please excuse the sounds," but I think this type of recording is what makes Podcasting so much fun, different and cool. As a gift for making you endure the sounds of cabin pressure and my dry throat, I also tossed in an incredible conversation I had, in person, with none other than Seth Godin (author of Purple Cow, Meatball Sundae and Small Is The New Big – to name a few). As always, Seth demonstrates why he is the number one most requested speaker on Marketing, and why his books are constant best-sellers and instant classics. Enjoy the conversation…

Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #93 – Host: Mitch Joel.

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  1. Inspired by Six Pixels
    It’s about 1:30 EST on Sunday, March 2nd. I just finished listening to “Six Pixels of Seperation” with Mitch Joel from Twist Image. I encourage anyone who is not currently listening to Mitch’s podcast to get there collective but…

  2. Hey Mitch, I was super inspired by todays “Plane cast that I just had to blog about it on my site. I know I;m not the most technically advanced, but I hope you receive the trackback. Awesome stuff Mitch!

  3. Mitch, great interview with Seth. I just forwarded the link to SPOS #93 along to a colleague who will be very interested in it. Keep up the good work.

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