Incredibly Different

A good friend, and the internet’s only 5-a-day blogger, just returned from a whirlwind trip to Oregon recently and posted a very short video of his experience from that weekend. And by very short, it’s only 38 seconds long.

One of the lines you hear him say to describe his surroundings in the video is that it’s ” . . . incredibly different from any other place on the planet I’ve been.”

What if we took this line and applied to our business/job/line of work? What can you do to make your situation unique? How can we make our environment incredibly different?

It’s a combination of what you have to offer, what you have to say and the setting in which it takes place. Make it different from anything else out there!

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4 Responses to Incredibly Different

  1. jeff noel says:

    David, the great thing about social media is how an idea can spread like a virus. A good idea that is. You have a great idea in your post today. The world loves a Purple Cow.

  2. David Balentine says:

    I got the spark from a great source! And I just purchased Purple Cow. Looking forward to reading that one.

  3. jeff noel says:

    Told my wife this morning about your post and seeing someone else say "Internet's only 5-a-day blogger".

    You are the first and it was surreal to see it (with a hyperlink no less).

    You remember how it all started?

    Chapin inspired me to set a 100-day challenge to focus on writing everyday. Never dreamed 17 months ago that I'd never stop.

    David, friends like you play a vital part to an acorn of an idea. Never underestimate your worth nor your influence. I'm grateful for both. Thank you.

  4. David Balentine says:

    Let me rephrase that . . . looking forward to being the purple cow. Overwhelmed with where to start. Maybe I'm trying to hard and just need simple changes.

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