Inbound 2014 – Notable Moments from Day One

Inbound 2014 Day One

Inbound 2014 Day One

I'm sitting at Inbound 2014 Day Two waiting for Malcolm Gladwell to take the stage for the morning keynote. I had a full day of sessions yesterday and wanted to provide 1-2 sentence summaries of the main lessons I gained. Here you go!

Simon Sinek, Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Come Together And Others Don't (Keynote): Building a truly great culture requires true leadership. Leaders sacrifice themselves, their perks, their comfort for others; in return people give their blood, sweat, tears, effort and time.

Clive Thompson, The Pencil And The Keyboard: How The Way You Write Changes The Way You Think: Handwriting is better for taking notes, remembering and big picture thinking. Typing is better for composing your ideas and communicating with others.

David Berkowitz, A Story About The End Of Storytelling: stop telling stories to your customers and start helping them make their own stories.

Sloane Davidson, Put Down Your Phone And Launch A Movement!: Put the phone away, be mindful of what you're eating, and who you're eating it with. #dinnermode

Dharmesh Shah & Brian Halligan, Keynote: too much to summarize in a sentence or two. Pray they release the keynote to the public.

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Let's see what day two holds!

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