From Seth Godin’s blog, this is a short post about how people believe that some people succeed just because they are gifted exceptions. A great read for anyone making excuses for why they are not succeeding.
The last line’s a keeper: “Mostly, the best way to be the next Mark Zuckerberg is to make difficult choices.”
Here’s a reminder about the Paid Public Speaker Coaching Program. This is a fantastic group coaching program that I, along with two partners, am running. If you want to start a speaking business but are not sure how or need help, advice, and encouragement, then this is the program for you!
Hmm, normally on these roundups I like to post a link to something funny, or something nerdy, or ideally both. This week, I got nothing. Don’t know if that’s because I didn’t come across anything good, or if I just forgot to make a note of it. Oh well.
To help me out in future weeks, if you come across truly funny or good and nerdy, send it over!
For now, I leave you with a relatively old “movie trailer mashup” that still makes me laugh:
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