How To Be 1 in 1000.
In a recent conversation with Daniel Epstein (founder of the Unreasonable Institute and more recently Unreasonable Media), we started talking about what people do to stand out. And we agreed–it’s not that complicated.
Ask for what you want.
Follow up on that ask.
And then follow through.
In the following example, all statistics are made up. But let’s play with a couple of assumptions. Let’s say only 10% of people actually put themselves out there and ask for what they want. And of the people that ask for something, again only 10% of them follow up on that ask. And of the people who successfully ask for something, and then follow up, many of them in turn don’t actually follow through with what they’ve asked for or said that they are going to do.
10% of 10% of 10% is one in a thousand. (o.oo1).
ASK. Why don’t people ask? You know that it happens. You want something, but you don’t put
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