Bracket Magazine: When you were growing up, what did you want to be?
Jocelyn Glei: I never thought about it – I was too busy climbing trees. I have friends who couldn't wait to be adults when they were little, but I never really wanted to grow up. Peter Pan syndrome, I guess.
Bracket Magazine: Who/what/where have you learned the most from?
Jocelyn Glei: Curiosity, conversation, long walks, silence, solitude.
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Bracket Magazine: What is the biggest sacrifice you have ever made?
Seth Godin: Most of us don't make sacrifices, we have choices.
Bracket Magazine: Looking back now, what advice would you give to someone like yourself?
Seth Godin: Go to Google and type in "seth". I have 4000 blog posts of advice to myself. And then go to Amazon and type in my name. There are now 13 books of advice to myself.
Bracket Magazine: What would your last meal be?
Seth Godin: I think we should assume it would be breakfast, and I have the very same thing for breakfast every day, made in a Blendtec blender: Hemp powder, banana, walnuts, almond milk and dried plums. Can't go wrong with that.
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