Friday, May 8, 2009

How to Be You - On Squidoo

In Chef Keem's lens on How to Be You on Squidoo, he quotes Seth Godin: "Remarkable doesn't mean remarkable to you. It means remarkable to me. Am I going to make a remark about it? If not, then you're average, and average is for losers."

Chef Keem's lens is one of the best I have ever seen about the importance of sharing yourself on Squidoo. I strongly recommend that you read this one today.

Don't you like to read personal lenses? Isn't it fun to get to know other folks? And then, don't you then begin to follow that person's lenses -- just because you like them or appreciate their openness? Don't you know people feel that same way about you?

Are you sharing your own personality on your lenses or feeding us rote information? Guess which one is the most fun to read.


MiMi said...

Most excellent point, Joan. Love the personal. Rote can go far, far away.