The Best Way to Differentiate Yourself

… is not by doing more.

It’s not by logging in the most number of hours at work.

It’s not by offering the lowest rates.

It’s not by having the most number of clients.

It’s not by accomplishing more items in your to-do list (I learned this lesson the hard way).

It’s not by having more experience.

It’s about doing better.

It’s about making the most of your time at work.

It’s about giving the best value with the rate you are offering (even if your rate is more expensive than competition).

It’s about giving the best service to each client. You only have one shot to please each client. Make the most of it. (Once you have given your all and the answer is still a no, that’s the only time you begin thinking about the next client. Move on.)

It’s about having better, more meaningful items in your to-do list.

It’s about having better experience.

It's about being remarkable.

We’re too obsessed with doing more to achieve more. What we fail to realize is that what the world needs is not more. What the world needs is better. What the world rewards is excellence.