Seth Godin on Why Failure Isn't Fatal

December 9, 2015 | Posted By: Connor Watkins

We've heard a lot about taking risk, jumping in and being brave. In this video, however, Seth talks about how to take what he calls "appropriate risks." In other words, risks you can take that will keep you in the game even when you fail, turning the vision of failure into something more than just being fatal.

In third follow-up seminar to Leadercast Lexington Chamber this Friday, we'll listen to best-selling author Seth Godin talk about the five pillars of bravery, why it is the brave people who create the future and ask the question: "Are you going to do something worth talking about?"

Leadercast is an experience you don't want to miss. RSVP for this free event so that you can get a taste of what next year's event will be all about.

Seth Godin - Innovative Thinker & Best-Selling Author
About the Speaker

Seth Godin is the author of 17 books that have been best-sellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. You might be familiar with his books Linchpin, Tribes, The Dip, and Purple Cow.

In addition to his writing and speaking, Seth Godin was founder of Squidoo.com, a leading site recently sold to HubPages.

His blog is one of the most popular in the world. Before his work as a writer and blogger, Godin was Vice President of Direct Marketing at Yahoo!, a job he took after selling them his pioneering 1990s online startup, Yoyodyne.

In 2013, Godin was inducted into the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame, one of three chosen for this honor.