We’re about half-way through our first core conversation on “Great Connections Lead to Great Ideas.” We’ve had some wonderful contributions and conversations thus far, and I wanted to pause the series today so we can catch everyone up, just in case you missed some of the posts.
Seth Godin lead us out of the gates with The Magic is in the Space Between Conversations.
Carol Roth reminded us that Great Minds Often Don’t Think Alike.
Chris Garrett showed how You Become The Network You Hang With.
Sarah Robinson said quite clearly: Don’t Try to Create in A Vacuum.
Michael Bungay Stanier showed how Great Connections Help You Bring Projects to Fruition.
Todd Kashdan told us to be Open To Role Reversals.
Jen Louden shared 3 Things that Prevent Us From Having Great Conversations.
Les McKeown rallied the quiet peeps with The Introvert’s Guide to Making Great Connections.
Mark Silver encouraged us to Surrender to Wherever the Talking is Coming From.
Andrea J. Lee reminded us that Great Connections Start Within.
Adelaide Lancaster showed how you can Use Other People’s Handprints to Help Shape Your Business.
And we still have 10 more to go! If you’ve missed these conversations, now is a great time to go through and read the ones that call to you. If you start at the beginning, you’ll be able to read through pretty easily since we’ve linked them at the bottom.
Lastly: thanks for all the great comments and shares!
This is the first time I’ve come across your site Charlie, and I’m highly impressed with the level of action, level of reader interest, and level of fun that’s being had here. You’ve got an amazing movement going on!
I’ve off to check up on these contributions, but if the likes of Seth Godin and Chris Garrett have contributed, then I know that there’s some sparkling gems in store 🙂
Archan Mehta says
I would like to thank you for sharing these interesting conversations with your readers.
You have gathered together a panel of experts with both depth and breadth. These luminaries have provided us with much food for thought: an intellectual buffet to choose from, to be sure, and the dessert is just round the corner,
Can’t wait to get a glimpse of what lies in store: surely, the icing on the cake?
Megan Elizabeth Morris says
I’m having more fun going through these and discussing them with the community than I even realized I would going into it — the way the posts & perspectives fit together and are expressed in such individual ways are really fantastic!
Major kudos on the choice of contributors. This is a crowd of incredible smart, incredibly insightful people.