In his podcast, Akimbo [https://www.akimbo.me/], Seth Godin teaches us how to adopt a posture of possibility, change the culture, and choose to make a difference. Here are my takeaways from the episode.
Seth dedicated this podcast to reading some of the passages in his book, What to Do When it’s Your Turn (and it’s Always Your Turn). If you like what Seth said in this podcast, I would highly recommend getting this book for the full experience.
The universe does not seek revenge on those who choose – Page 124
Where do you put the tired? – Page 122
Working the hallway – Page 123
No place to hide – Page 114
It’s all invented (but that doesn’t mean it isn’t real) – Pages 90-91
That story that keeps replaying – Page 91
On living in two futures at once – Page 88
Bravery and courage are for other people – Page 81
Seth concluded the podcast with…
“When I say to people, make a ruckus. What I’m saying is that we each have the chance to see the world as it is and to choose the path that enables us to make a contribution, to connect dots instead of collect them, to make an assertion, to raise our hand, to contribute to show up and make things better. So, yeah, go make a ruckus.”