It’s been said that 78% of all people believe themselves to be better than average drivers. Tweet this
Needless to say, “average” is overrated.
And being the best at something is easier than you think.
Being a recognized expert, for example, is a great way to earn media attention, help more people, and foster all kinds of opportunities.
And experts can charge more for products and services.
The key to being the best is to identify a small niche in the marketplace.
An inch wide and a mile deep
Sometimes being the best means just being a little bit better than everyone else.
Every year, the winner of the Kentucky Derby, beats the second-place horse by a nose.
Heck, you can be the best just because someone says you are. Someone called me the “best speaker in America” on YouTube a while back and it stuck. Who was I to argue?
At this writing, if you type “best speaker in America” into Google into most browsers, this video comes up first in the search:
You can be the best–maybe you already are!
Being the Best was recorded in front of a live audience that was clearly enjoying itself. I tell what it takes to be a better person, a better team, and a better company.
This 100-minute video program offers great advice on how to improve yourself and your business as you take things to the next level.
Learn the 15 most powerful words you can use with another person as well as some words you should never use. A clip of this segment has become my most watched video on YouTube!
Also, watch for the hilarious segment where I suggest a great way to introduce your significant other, your boss–or anyone–at your next networking event.
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