Seth turned my world upside down and inside out.



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I heard about Seth through a client of mine. I read his books, joined his social network and a year later I was on my way to speak at TED Global 2009 about the year I spent living in a van as one of America's working homeless. TED, and speaking there, changed me. It changed the way I look at the world, at people and most importantly the way I look at possibilities. Seth provided the support and encouragement and parted the curtains to a world I didn't know existed. Before Seth I knew I was a storyteller. After Seth I knew why.

Thanks Seth. I hope you're around another 50 years. It's great knowing you!

Becky Blanton

 

What does a leader look like? I've met leaders all over the world, on several continents, and in every profession. I've met young leaders and old ones, leaders with big tribes and tiny ones. I can tell you this: leaders have nothing in common. They don't share gender or income level or geography. There's no gene, no schooling, no parentage, no profession. In other words, leaders aren't born. I'm sure of it. Actually, they do have one thing in common. Every tribe leader I've met shares one thing: the decision to lead.