I first heard Seth speak in New York in 1998 at an alumni event for some college (to which I didn't go), but I went to the event anyway.

There were 30 or 40 people in the room.

I immediately "got the religion" and have been a devotee ever since.

I even convinced my boss to sponsor an event at the University of Maryland business school, just so I could introduce him (which I did!)

To say that Seth has impacted my life would be a massive understatement. No one has done more to shape my worldview on marketing and then given me the courage to fight the battles against entrenched thinking than he has.

It is a privilege to learn from him (and I'm looking forward to seeing him on the 22nd of July in DC)

Happy Birthday Seth!

 

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.