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In his book, Tribes, bestselling author, speaker, and entrepreneur Seth Godin argues that lasting and substantive change begins with a group of people connected to each other, to a leader, and to an idea. A close look at the most successful movements of our time validates this notion.
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Mark Neithercut
Melissa Bradley
Rosalie Nezein and Jesse Wrenn
Andrea Jett
Ira Strumwasser, Ph.D.
Jennifer Leonard
Omar Passons
Suzanne E. Siskel
Anne Sekula
Sidney R. Hargro
Chris Rurik
Linda Wood
Stephanie de Wolfe
Thomas H. Davis Jr.
Trista Harris
Courtney Kaezyk
Lois Salisbury
Dawn Townsend
Robert S. Collier
Helen Ishii
Nancy Berglass
David Colby
Amanda Hsiung
Matt Mendenhall
Matt Charles
Laura Meyer
Elizabeth Sullivan
Vicki Rosenberg
Susan Meier
Peter Laughran
Cole Wilbur
Carina Wendel and Rebecca Graves
John Harvey
Deborah Hoover
Robert Smith
JamesWeinberg
Phil Buchanan
Dale Robinson Anglin
MLea Davis
Heather Bennett
Terri Freeman
Sarah Gilbert
Bo Miller
Michelle Byrd
Lori Bertman
Ryan Ginard
Philip L. Cochran
Dan Rader
Kevin Salwen
Joop Rubens