Posts Tagged “trust agents”

How To Co-Author a New York Times Best Seller: Step 1

By | September 19, 2009

Step 1: Go to an unconference! I was watching New York Times best-selling author, Julien Smith‘s presentation on Ustream live from PodCamp Montreal today. As he was presenting I was enjoying the back channel discussions in the chat room with some new and old friends. I was talking with musecrossing quite a bit, I didn’t […]

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Trust Trust Agents

By | August 18, 2009

I’m reading Trust Agents right now. It’s a book by my friends Chris Brogan and Julien Smith. I have a vested interest in the book, because I know and respect Julien and Chris. Both of their blogs are filled with knowledge that everyone should subscribe to. Business books aren’t just about businesses, they are about […]

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Are You Authentic?

By | August 13, 2009

I’ve decided to celebrate the fact that my much anticipated book, Trust Agents, by my friends Julien Smith and Chris Brogan has finally shipped. To celebrate I’d like to share this incredible presentation by Joseph Pine on what consumers want. I’ll give you a hint, it’s authenticity. In it he reveals three new rules that […]

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Moving Can Be Incredible

By | July 27, 2009

My buddy Julien Smith wrote a blog post the other day about why he never wants to move from his hometown. He wrote: Wherever you grow up, you have a solid base of friends and family. Wherever you go, you have to start over, from scratch. It takes years to rebuild any kind of meaningful […]

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