How to be remarkable

Seth Godin has written a great article about how to be remarkable.

The first thing he says is:
“Understand the urgency of the situation. Half-measures simply won’t do. The only way to grow is to abandon your strategy of doing what you did yesterday, but better. Commit.”

And he finishes by saying:
“And when? When should you start being remarkable? How’s this: if you don’t start tomorrow, you’re not really serious. Tomorrow night by midnight or don’t bother. You’re too talented to sit around waiting for the perfect moment. Go start.”

I found the list rather interesting!

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2 Responses to “How to be remarkable”

  1. wjpunsapy Says:

    A very very good article. Although I reckon most companies would prefer their subordinates to “just do their jobs.”

    I think we did a remarkable thing at Yahoo! =)

  2. Udi Says:

    Now that its happened, I think I should add a note here. Seth’s article went a long way to convincing me to take the plunge and quit my job at Yahoo! to try my hand at a startup. If he didn’t put a timeline on when to go for it, I perhaps never would have. So, thanks Seth!