I Have a Question: Extraordinary or Not?
Up in the corner is an ad for a book that reads:
Quote: Personal Best:
How Ordinary People Achieve Extraordinary Success
Not my book. And, I don't think ordinary people do achieve extraordinary success. I think people just generally think of themselves as average - or "ordinary." Mostly, we think of people as smarter or dumber than we are. Taller of shorter. Richer or poorer. Only maybe we're more on one end of the scale or the other, but still, we think of ourselves as the middle.
So, in fact, extraordinary people, thinking they are ordinary, are the ones achieving extraordinary success.
Here's my question:
If that's true and you think of yourself as ordinary, how would you know if you were extraordinary or not? Maybe you are. Would it be useful to know that?