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Fidèle à lui-même, ce cher Seth Godin :

Great stories agree with our world view. The best stories don’t teach people anything new. Instead, the best stories agree with what the audience already believes and make the members of the audience feel smart and secure when reminded how right they were in the first place.

~Seth Godin


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    • Hmmm, your comment has me thinking. Maybe Godin’s statement would apply in the early goings of reflexion on a subject, just as I experienced when I read him, thus making me post his citation; it stuck to me, it reminded me of a series of personal events/situations where I was inspired/ convinced/impressed/in agreement with someone else’s depiction or analysis of that situation.

      And then, in a short sentence, your comment here challenges all this. You have me thinking, or building in my mind a revised conception of all this.

      Of course, my « world views » is my personal biais. But by accepting to hear other views, I can reshape, in varying degrees I must say, my conception on an idea. The « résultante » (resultant? as in adding forces and vectors in physics) is my learning, that I then want to share, and maybe reshaping it again — such is the power of blogging.

      Merci Stephen.

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