Be remarkable in a way that moves the message forward

From a post from Dean Caravelis on LinkedIn: I asked Seth Godin about who is the most outrageously remarkable person he has ever met? His response was sage advice and worth sharing: “I think it’s important to get the words right here. So I use the word ‘remarkable’ to mean something different than many other people do. I use it to mean ‘worth making a remark about’ because it’s not up to me to say you are remarkable or you’re not, but if people talk about somebody, that’s remarkable. Read more...
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Value Your Time

From The Almanack of Naval Ravikant, by Eric Jorgsen: Value your time at an hourly rate, and ruthlessly spend to save time at that rate. You will never be worth more than you think you’re worth. Read more...
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