Do you ever do things that make other people remark about you?
Do people rave about you and tell others about you?
To be a remarkable person is to be someone worthy of notice, someone who is unusual, extraordinary or exceptional.
In contrast someone “ordinary” is a person who just does mundane, insignificant or everyday things.
What would you rather be known as – remarkable or ordinary?
Lately, I have been studying what makes some people stand out from others.
At the same time, I have been meeting some truly remarkable people.
On a daily basis, I am honoured to follow the life changing and world impacting work of many remarkable blogger friends.
The question is what makes a person seem “remark-able” to us?
In the simplest terms, it’s when someone does something out of the ordinary i.e. someone who does extraordinary things. It’s someone who goes the extra mile and who touches us at a deeper level.
Simply by you doing remarkable things for yourself, ultimately those around you benefit too.
Doing remarkable things doesn’t always have to be about making a difference to others, though it does help.
The key is to stand out!
Do something different and take a stand for something that really, really matters to you, be it creating world peace or clearing the rubbish dump in your neighbourhood.
Go out there and make it happen.
Make a difference to yourself and others.
- Stop poisoning your body with junk food and alcohol – eat fresh, energising food and notice the difference
- Stop gossiping with others and instead share your innate wisdom.
- Stop wasting your time on TV and endless emails – get out there and do something remarkable.
Look for ways of helping your fellow human beings rather than fighting for your share of our limited resources.
I dare you to stand out from the crowd!
If nothing else, go for a walk or a run in your local park – do something remarkable for your body and your health.
Actually, let’s revisit that – what’s “remarkable” about doing something for your body? Surely you should be taking the best possible care of your body anyway?
Finally, be remarkable for the sake of being remarkable – and not because you want people to rave about you – even though that may well happen anyway.
What remarkable thing will you do today?
Editor’s note: – Talking of being remarkable, I am making some changes to my blog which I hope will make it more “remark-able”.
This Saturday is Indian New Year’s Day and all being well, the new design will go live then.
It’s an auspicious day for new beginnings and I would welcome your feedback. In line with the new design, I will also be bringing you more life changing articles, interviews with other remarkable people and guest posts from inspirational people.
Over the coming weeks and months, I will also be introducing my own new products and services to help you all become even more remarkable people in the world.
I am striving to make my blog remarkable so I can reach even more people. So this is what I would like from you – your valuable input about the direction for Make It Happen.
What sort of articles would you like to see on Make It Happen?
What works for you on my blog?
How else can I serve you?
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