Updated: Oct 10, 2019
The other night I was having a #discussion on #LinkedIn about what it means to “make your mark”. I’m sure you’ve all heard the saying before and probably equate it to doing something big and profound. Making your mark is about #contribution, whether intentionally or inadvertently, and at times requires great #sacrifice with little or no reward. Making a mark can sometimes be tragic, for example losing your life in an aircraft accident which then leads to research and safety improvements. Making your mark isn’t about being the richest person in the room or having the most material possessions. The concept is much broader than that. If your stuck for some ideas, check out this article by Kathy Caprino from Forbes.