THIS SETH GODIN kid has a future in the writing industry. Someone give him a shot. A bald-headed buddha of business, with his damn koans and Zen-like aphorisms. There you go. Title for his next best-seller: Business Buddha: How to Find Peace and Profits in a Greed-Driven World. Godin's current blog post, "Dancing on the Edge of Finished," cuts too close and dead-on to many of us, including this mad perfectionist who's never happy with his work. "The cycle of never-ending" -- nice:
"Before, when your shift was done, you were finished . . . Now, of course, there's always one more tweet to make, post to write, words with friends to complete . . . And that's the dance . . . For the marketer, the freelancer and the entrepreneur, the challenge is to level set, to be comfortable with the undone, with the cycle of never-ending. We were trained to finish our homework, our peas and our chores. Today, we're never finished, and that's okay. It's a dance, not an endless grind."
Disclosure: This blogger/journalist does not know well-known marketing expert Godin and has no financial interests or ties to his enterprises.