Happy 50th Birthday Seth!

This gift was created for you and because of you. Fifty people from across the globe who have been positively impacted by you and your work were compelled to share all the ways in which you have been the fire to the fireworks they are setting off in their worlds today.

Some are in the Triiibe, many are not. All are now connected because of you.

Many have been promoted in their day job, started their own company, found the courage to tell crowds of people about their vision, created a website, found their own tribes or become involved in charities in a new way.

Others have approached their biggest problems uniquely and ended up with a better result than they hoped for or changed the direction they were taking in life and are infinitely more happy as a result.

There are not too many chances to meaningfully give back to a person who gifts so much out to the world, so we have all joined together in celebrating your turning 50 by giving you a lens on how you have changed the world by influencing and encouraging all of us.

We hope you enjoy our art as much as we have enjoyed yours.

With warm wishes,

Jamie Baker, Adrian Bashford, Alex Beattie, Pamela Belding, Tom Bentley, Becky Blanton, Ed Brenegar, Jamie Brodersen, Enjiao Chen, Aodan Enright, Jeremy Epstein, Ziona Etzion, Sarah Farrugia, Pat Ferdinandi, Marcos Gaser, Ekta Grover, Jaslyn Hall, Joshua Harbert, Beth Heavrin, Todd Henry, Donna von Hoesslin, Jodi Kaplan, Allan Kent, Vanessa Kincaid, Jule Kucera, Vincent Leleux, Andrew Levitt, Paul Lewis, Ben Love, Angela Lussier, Bronwyn McConville, Shawn McCormick, Anne McCrossan, Bernie J Mitchell, Bill Nicoson, Elizabeth Obih-Frank, Alan Parr, Christine Piel, David Pu'u, Frances Schagen, Dr. Mani Sivasubramanian, Gina Stama, Aron Stevenson, Chris Taylor, Anwen Vaughan, Judy Vorfeld, Vlad Vukicevic, Rex Williams and Yasmina Zaidman


If you're remarkable, then it's likely that some people won't like you. That's part of the definition of remarkable. Nobody gets unanimous praise -- ever. The best the timid can hope for is to be unnoticed. Criticism comes to those who stand out. Playing it safe. Following the rules. They seem like the best ways to avoid failure. Alas, that pattern is awfully dangerous. The current marketing "rules" will ultimately lead to failure. In a crowded marketplace, fitting in is failing. In a busy marketplace, not standing out is the same as being invisible.