We Are All Weird

Squidoo founder, bestselling author and prolific blogger Seth Godin recently sat down with Success Magazine’s Darren Hardy to talk about his vision, the ideas in his latest book, We Are All Weird, the smart marketer of today, and how businesses become remarkable.

[If you came from Seth’s blog, welcome! We’re looking for contributors and would love to see your best work.]

Success Mag interview, 2012 from Seth Godin on Vimeo.

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About Stephanie Mangino

Stephanie Mangino is managing editor for Squidoo Magazines. A former print editor/reporter and radio anchor, reporter and news director, she loves research, writing, reading, great food and inspiring ideas.


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  2. [...] To celebrate the launch of Squidoo’s new UpMarket magazine, we got permission to post an audio interview I recently did with Darren Hardy of Success. You can find it here. [...]

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