This is possibly the best three-minute demonstration of anything I’ve ever seen. Derek Sivers takes a shaky video of a lone dancing guy at a music festival and turns it into a lesson about leadership. (via)

23 May 2013 ·

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  1. omirsdav reblogged this from halfbakedidea
  2. hbreezyyy09 reblogged this from katykelley and added:
    I saw this at leadership camp a couple of summers ago. It really does paint a good picture.
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  4. reallythisguyles reblogged this from terrisuewhocares and added:
    Amazing I almost posted this to MY LinkedIn, but since the CEO is a contact on there… I dont know, I had doubts.
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  6. theagould reblogged this from halfbakedidea and added:
    This is possibly the best three-minute demonstration of anything I’ve ever seen. Derek Sivers takes a shaky video of a...
  7. halfbakedidea reblogged this from stinkinbadger and added:
    That was great.
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  11. leahj reblogged this from katykelley and added:
    Love it.
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Katy Kelley

Marinated in NPR, sauteed in Hip Hop, garnished lightly with Kung-Fu movies, washed down with a Guinness and served with a side order of cleverness. Has been described as “Mary Tyler Moore meets Pee-Wee Herman”.

Delightfully ambiguous with a dollop of intellect. Chilling in Brooklyn, NY.