Since discovering Seth's work, my world has changed because I no longer feel I am alone. Seth speaks from the heart and appeals to my instincts which I haven't always listened to (in fact, at times, fought against).

Seth has reminded me to listen to my gut and go with what I feel is the right thing to do. My right thing, may not be yours or anyone else's right thing, however, being myself and true to myself is far more important to me than going along with someone else's personal values and set of beliefs.

Discovering Seth's work this year, came at a timely point in my life when I was able to truly hear his message. Thank you for sharing Seth and here's to the next 50 years!!

 

... 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.