Hi Seth

I'd wish you a Happy Birthday but as we've learned from you, it's not about what I want, it's about what the customer wants. So let's say instead I wish you everything you wish yourself on your 50th Birthday.

Love Paul

 

... it takes only two things to turn a group of people into a tribe: * A shared interest * A way to communicate The communication can be one of four kinds: * Leader to tribe * Tribe to leader * Tribe member to tribe member * Tribe member to outsider So a leader can help increase the effectiveness of the tribe and its members by * transforming the shared interest into a passionate goal and desire for change; * providing tools to allow members to tighten their communications; and * leveraging the tribe to allow it to grow and gain new members. Most leaders focus only on the third tactic. A bigger tribe somehow equals a better tribe. In fact, the first two tactics almost always lead to more impact. Every action you take as a leader can affect these three elements, and the challenge is to figure out which one to maximize.