Square One – another great insight from Seth

Seth Godin has hit the nail on the head again – I do love his blog.   On this post today (http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2009/09/square-one-is-underrated.html) Seth points out that going back to square one may not be as bad as we think. From a Busy Fool perspective, when

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Why “The Busy Fool?”

Information about TheBusyFool

Being busy is not a bad thing – if you’re not busy, you’re not achieving as much as you can.  So how do you make sure your busyness is productive? And the archetype of “The Fool” has been, throughout history, the real wise one at court, the one who can get away with saying the…

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