"Create something unique. Something that can't be copied," he said.
The audience leaned forward, eyes and ears intent on his words. He paced across the stage, first to the right, then to the left. He jabbed the air with his finger, as if pointing out the seriousness of his advice. He joked about his cat and laughed with the general assembly.
The seminar was about succeeding in a complicated world. A world made smaller and smaller by social media. How do you get around the noise? How do you get seen and heard, a strong voice among so many others?
You create something unique. Something that can't be copied.