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    The secret to leadership is simple

    'The secret to leadership is simple’. So said Seth Godin ... and he says many wonderfully frank, clear and compelling things.

    The concept, behavior and practice of leadership can get complicated and confusing - especially when you’re in the thick of it.

    Like when you’re dealing with the human side (which is most of the time), or handling conflict and tension or leading through a significant and unsettling time of change (which is most of the time).

    The slide deck from that leadership program or your ‘colour’ from that diagnostic tool might not help you so much when you’re waist deep in the tricky stuff.

    Seth’s quote below here has been a helpful guide to me. So much so, I “elevated” it : that is, I took the words and made an artifact, an anchor, a reminder of it, and put it in front of my face where I can see remind myself to not make leadership too complicated.

    Has leadership become too complicated? What helps you with leadership?


    Ideas that


    In the fight for attention in a world full of noise, how do you make your message interesting, engaging, actionable and viral?

    Seth Godin asked 'how do you make something 'new'?" when he delivered a presentation on his tour in Australia last year. I visually captured his presentation ... and then my visual idea of his idea was shared

    We have chances, opportunities and choices to connect with people and get our message across. How well are we really doing?

    Think of the word 'remarkable' : what is it that makes what you're sharing, selling, saying remark-able, or worth making a remark about. 

    Seth Godin encourages us to be impresarios: producers, creators, curators.
    What's creative about your message, your thinking and the change you're leading?

    PowerPoint slide decks are dull and boring; bullet points are bullish*t!

    What's the cost of people not seeing (or sharing) your message? Or the cost of you not seeing another way to create and deliver it?

    Seth says attention is precious.

    Make the most of it when you get the opportunity to share your idea.