How to Break Out of the Pack

Everyone likes the idea of being unique, but when it comes down to it many of us never really separate from the pack. In this lecture delivered at the Pepperdine School of Business, CEO of Docstoc Jason Nazar talks about skipping classes and being an outsider in order to start his own website.

Jason’s story offers insight into what it means to not only think differently, but live differently. Being exceptional takes discipline, and a dedication to diverging from those around you, even when it’s difficult. Learn how to excel in business or other aspects of life, by changing the way you think about success.

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