Seth Godin tells his theory on how to change the world.
His choice of pictures during the presentation is excellent and very funny.
Thanks to robinhoed for the tip!

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  1. Start your own movement. I think it is a great idea to think of everyone you meet as a potential leader of a movement. This is what Seth Godin implies in the end: You can start a movement in 24 hours.
    In a way he also says something else: There are leaders and those who want to connect. Those who are at the front of a movement and those who “want to be missed”. The leaders just know how to make use of this ancient desire to be part of a tribe. Maybe I am overly sensitive, but this view of change still strikes me as manipulative.
    In a perfect world (or my idea of it) people will not be part of a movement because the “want to be connected” but because the higher vision of this movement and their own vision of themselves match. People will be conscious that they have a choice, every moment, whether they want to be part of a tribe or not. They will be conscious of their individual capacity for change and they may donate that capacity to a given cause (movement, tribe) for a given time. The higher goal will be the reason to connect, and not the desire to be part of a group. I missed this higher goal or vision or mission in Seth Godin’s presentation.