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Great Minds Often Don't Think Alike
Editor's Note: This is a continuation of our core conversation, “Great Connections Lead To Great Ideas.” Yesterday, Seth Godin showed how the magic is in the space between conversations. Today, Carol Roth shows how great minds often don't think alike.
Watch the video below to learn:
Why engaging with people who think differently will take your ideas to the next level
How being willing to share will help your ideas grow
Why it's important to surround yourself with top-notch folks -- and why name brand doesn't necessarily equal top-notch
And, yes, that is The Liz Strauss she's talking about.
Note: If you're reading this via email or a feed reader, you'll need to click through to the post to see the video. More about Carol: Carol Roth is a business strategist, deal maker and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation. Additionally, Carol’s Unsolicited Business Advice blog at CarolRoth.com was recently named as one of the Top 10 small business blogs online and she is a contributing blogger to outlets like The Huffington Post and Crain’s Chicago Business/Enterprise City. You can connect with Carol on Twitter at @CarolJSRoth.
Our next contribution will be from Chris Garrett who shows that we become the network we hang with. Stay tuned to see how it's the flock that makes the birds, not the birds who make the flock. See you Monday!