When you do work that matters…

When you do work that matters, the crowd will call you a fool.

If you do something remarkable, something new and something important, not everyone will understand it (at first). Your work is for someone, not everyone.

Unless you’re surrounded only by someones, you will almost certainly encounter everyone. And when you do, they will jeer.

That’s how you’ll know you might be onto something.

From Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog) on May 24, 2015

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