A reminder, YOU are remarkable

The definition of remarkable is something that is worthy of attention or notice because it is unusual, exceptional, or outstanding in some way. A remarkable person or thing stands out from the ordinary or average due to some noteworthy quality, trait, or achievement. Being remarkable can be positive, such as being exceptionally talented or achieving great success. Ultimately, being remarkable means being memorable, unique, or exceptional in some way that captures the attention and admiration of others. Here is your reminder…YOU are remarkable.

Remarkable books from my library:

Being remarkable requires both passion and perseverance, and this book offers a deep dive into the science of both. Duckworth’s research shows that the most successful people are those who are able to stick with their goals and persevere through setbacks and challenges. This book offers practical advice for cultivating grit and achieving remarkable success

This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to be remarkable in their creative pursuits. Pressfield offers insights and advice on how to overcome resistance and unlock your creative potential, so you can create work that is truly remarkable.

In this book, marketing expert Seth Godin argues that in order to stand out in a crowded marketplace, you need to be remarkable. He offers examples of companies and individuals who have achieved remarkable success by being different and standing out from the competition

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Author: Terry McDaniel

What motivates me? 1. Fun. 2. Learning. 3. Blessing and prospering people before profit. 4. Being the hero.