Interview with Gina Carr About Tribes

Once the word tribe had a narrow meaning–a group that banded together primarily for survival and protection, usually in one location.

The buzz in the business world has enlarged the meaning–and Seth Godin’s book by that title popularized the new concept. Possibly you may wonder what a contemporary tribe is all about.

Fortunately, I found a tribe expert–and leader of several tribes–in Atlanta, Georgia, Gina Carr. This twelve and a half minute interview with Gina is worth every second you’ll spend watching, listening, and taking careful notes.

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Having Lunch with a Genius


BILL AND GINA DINING AT BIBA’S RESTAURANT

Yes, someone here is having lunch with a genius. She isn’t–I am!

The genius is Gina Carr. Degrees from Georgia Tech and Harvard’s Business School. Quite a combination, don’t you think?

Then Gina applied her education, along with her natural talents.She became a top-level Century 21 realtor very quickly.  Simultaneously, she launched a regional chain of community magazines.

Oh well, everyone should have known she was destined for stardom–when she sold more peanut brittle than anyone else in her first grade class.

Before our enjoyable lunch, I had the privilege of interviewing Gina. Stay on the lookout for the video interview, which I will post here. Our topic: Tribes–what they mean, how you can benefit from belonging and contributing.

If you’re not doing so already, be sure to tweet with her on Twitter. Her ID there is GinaCarr

Also, view her blog, which offers a ton of useful guidelines for success:
http:www.GinaCarr.com

Gads, I hope some of her brilliance was contagious today.

Someone told me a year ago that I am so lucky, because I get to meet such fascinating people, who are champion achievers. They are right. Fortunately, the ones I meet are, like Gina, genuinely fine people.

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