Read this and instantly wanted to share with you all.
Last night, I watched Thomas Friedman's interview with Piers Morgan. He was talking about his new book, That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back. At one point during the interview, when Morgan asked Friedman his advice for young workers, Friedman replied, in his trademark catchphrase style, "the Age of Average is over."
He then continued: "You should aim to be an artisan…everything thing you do, you should be proud of, willing to put your initials on it."
So the question is how are you studying or working?
Are you playing average or aiming to be exceptional?
I hope it's the latter.