Monthly Archives: December 2009

New eBook: What Matters Now

Check out the wonderful new free eBook What Matters Now — cogitated and conglomerated by marketing mavin Seth Godin.

You can download the entire PDF eBook from Godin’s blog here.

The book includes a half gross of one-page snapshot essays by of some of the “big thinkers” of today, all chosen by Godin for the project:

  1. Generosity – Seth Godin
  2. Fear – Anne Jackson
  3. Facts – Jessica Hagy
  4. Diginity – Jacqueline Novogratz
  5. Meaning – Hugh McLeod
  6. Ease – Elizabeth Gilbert
  7. Connected – Howard Mann
  8. Re-Capitalism – Chris Meyer
  9. Vision – Michael Hyatt
  10. Enrichment – Rajesh Setty
  11. 1% – Jackie Huba and Ben McConnell
  12. Speaking – Mark Hurst
  13. ATOMS – Chris Anderson
  14. Excellence – Tom Peters
  15. Most – William C. Taylor
  16. Strengths – Marti Barletta
  17. Ripple – John Wood
  18. Unsustainability – Alan Webber
  19. Autonomy – Dan Pink
  20. Poker – Tony Hsieh
  21. Momentum – Dave Ramsey
  22. Consequence – Saul Griffith
  23. Power – Jeffrey Pfeffer
  24. Harmony – Jack Covert
  25. Tough-Mindedness – Steven Pressfield
  26. Evangelism – Guy Kawasaki
  27. Compassion – Mitch Joel
  28. Knowledge – Alisa Miller
  29. Parsing – Clay Johnson
  30. Forever – Piers Fawkes
  31. Empathy – Karen Armstrong
  32. Neoteny – Joi Ito
  33. Celebrate – Megan Casey
  34. DIY – Jay Parkinson
  35. Adventure – Robyn Waters
  36. Dumb – Dave Balter
  37. Nobody – Micah Sifry
  38. Analog – George Dyson
  39. Independent Diplomacy – Carne Ross
  40. THNX – Gary Vaynerchuk
  41. Attention – David Meerman Scott
  42. Context – Jeff Jonas
  43. Change – Chip and Dan Heath
  44. Passion – Derek Sivers
  45. Magnetize – Fred Krupp
  46. Confidence – Tim Sanders
  47. Slow Capital – Fred Wilson
  48. Open-Source DNA – Kevin Kelly
  49. Technology – Phoebe Espiritu
  50. Expertise – Aaron Wall
  51. Fascination – Sally Hogshead
  52. Difference – David Weinberger
  53. World Healers – Martha Beck
  54. Sacrifice – John Moore
  55. Focus – Todd Sattersten
  56. Leap – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  57. Women – Paco Underhill
  58. Timeless – Mark Rovner
  59. .eDO – Dale Dougherty
  60. Productivity – Gina Trapani
  61. Iterative Capital – Michael Scharge
  62. Willpower – Ramit Sethi
  63. Mesh – Lisa Gansky
  64. Enough – Merlin Mann
  65. (Dis)Trust – Dan Ariely
  66. Social Skills – Penelope Trunk
  67. I’m Sorry – Jason Fried
  68. Sleep – Arianna Huffington
  69. Knowing – Dan Roam
  70. Government 2.0 – Tim O’Reilly
  71. You Can’t – Aimee Johnson
  72. Gumption – J.C. Hutchins

(Where credit is due: The list for titles and author links above was deftly compiled by one of the authors, Rajesh Setty.)

Seth Godin’s next (but not free) book, Linchpin, makes its debut on January 15, 2010 at the Haft Auditorium, 227 West 27th St. in New York City. Find out more about it here.

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