I love Seth Godin and look forward to reading his daily blog post each morning. In fact, it’s always one of the first emails I open each day. I’ve noticed, however, that in his blog posts, he will occasionally drop a seriously heavy word on his readers. I have found myself, numerous times, having to Google a word that he’s used because, quite frankly, it’s a word I’ve never heard of before!
So today, for some strange reason, I’ve decided to start a new column called Seth Godin’s Word of the Day. I’m only hoping that each day, in his blog posts, he drops a heavy enough of a word to write about. So let’s get started with post #1 for Seth Godin’s Word of the Day.
Seth Godin’s Word of the Day: excoriate
Sentence used (from Seth himself): We shouldn’t be so quick to excoriate those companies that launch interactive tools that fail.
Definition: (via Google)
Read Seth’s entire blog post today here.
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