People Remember Weird

The stories we pass on commonly involve a recollection of the “weird.”

That one interaction.

That odd, but memorable customer.

That bold, risky ad that caught your attention.

Yet we spend so much time trying to suppress the weird in order to not draw attention to ourselves. Why is fitting in so attractive?

Embrace the weird. Each of us has the opportunity to do so and it is those of us that choose to who are worth remembering.

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