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Seth Godin Wisdom

I love Seth Godin’s wisdom and this latest blog posting is so right on libraries I am reproducing it:

Questions or answers
by Seth Godin

You can add value in two ways:

* You can know the answers.
* You can offer the questions.

Relentlessly asking the right questions is a long term career, mostly because no one ever knows the right answer on a regular basis.”

I think you can insert your own library insight here. I doubt that there is anyone who can’t build a long career in libraries by understanding and implementing these ways to add value described by Seth Godin, whew!


Posted on: October 1, 2010, 7:06 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. That post leapt out at me too, and makes me realize that there’s been a shift in my learning: I used to to try to know all the answers, and now my brain has shifted to trying to ask and anticipate the right questions. A response to information overload?