Extraordinary contribution changes not just the recipient, but the giver as well…
The hard part isn't working for free. The hard part is figuring out that this is your chance to do more than you're asked, to resist being unpaid labor for an organization too cheap to pay you properly. Instead, this is a rare moment to leap.”
What's missing in Seth’s great share
Those who are still trying to figure out how to show up and be consistent are in the early part of their journey. Without a foundation of skills and expertise, ‘leaping’ does require some good judgment.
When that time comes, they can look at their skills, talents and how they make an impact… and sometimes will have an epiphany: “it matters”. That is when they go beyond marketing – and leap… which leads to bigger rewards for everyone.