Work for Yourself or for Others? (FS069)

by Chase Reeves
In certain circles there’s a stigma about working for others. These people believe everyone should be independent and work for themselves. Corbett has written passionately on this subject a few different times. In this conversation we explore whether or not you should work for yourself or for others (some of us don’t think what you may think we think… savvy?).Read the full article

Seth Godin at Gel 2006

Why are so many things broken? In this entertaining talk - one of the favorites of Gel 2006 -
Seth Godin gives a tour of things poorly designed, the reasons why they are that way, and how to fix them.

See also: Seth's Blog, where Seth writes daily on marketing, business, and other issues -

Steve Jobs: Secrets of Life

Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur, a 60-minute film, is now available as a digital video download at this link:!steve-jobs-film/c1x1c This enlightening one-hour program stars Steve Jobs from an exclusive 1994, unscripted interview by the Silicon Valley Historical Association where he gives advice to potential entrepreneurs. Jobs discusses risk, failure, his own experiences, and learning the value of creating your own environment. Added commentary by the following participants (1992-2012): Adobe System founders John Warnock & Charles Geschke Oracle founder Larry Ellison Serious Energy founder Kevin Surace Atari founder Nolan Bushnell Apple Computer founders Steve Wozniak and Mike Markkula Sun Microsystems founders Scott McNealy and Vinod Khosla Nobel laureate Dr. Paul Berg Silicon Graphics and Netscape founder Jim Clark Intuit founder Scott Cook Lighthouse Design founder/Sun Microsystems former CEO Jonathan Schwartz Author of Mindset/Stanford professor Carol Dweck Early Apple marketing and public relations gurus Regis McKenna & Fred Hoar Scientist who developed silicon gate & first microprocessor, Federico Faggin Cirrus Logic founder Mike Hackworth Author of Worldly Goods/Renaissance historian Lisa Jardine Gutenberg Museum director Dr. Eva Maria Hanebutt-Benz Author of The Big Score & The Microprocessor: A Biography, Mike Malone Silicon Valley Historical Association president John McLaughlin Production Date: January 2013 Playing Time: 60 Minutes