Another bloody brilliant blog entry from Seth Godin. Click here for the article (one of those ones where it’s simple but you may not have thought about it framed this way…)

I love reading his stuff because I learn so much.

I feel uneasy reading his stuff because it makes me realise how much I have yet to learn…

A kid who has innate hunting skills is easily distracted, because noticing small movements in the brush is exactly what you’d need to do if you were hunting. Scan and scan and pounce. That same kid is able to drop everything and focus like a laser–for a while–if it’s urgent. The farming kid, on the other hand, is particularly good at tilling the fields of endless homework problems, each a bit like the other. Just don’t ask him to change gears instantly.

- Seth’s Blog