Seth Cohen always has something to say to motivated me to be better.


It’s not good enough to be “very good” at what you do anymore.  Being very good doesn’t separate you from the crowd – – it’s boring.  It’s time to change your mindset.  It’s time to BE REMARKABLE.  Most people are told to be very good at what they do, but it never occurs to people to talk about the value of being remarkable, of being different not better, of being uber confident and motivated.  So get some guts and moxie and stand out from the crowd.

Be Remarkable by Seth D. Cohen for Stop.Breathe.Action


Creative Motivation by Seth D. Cohen

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  1. Well, I don’t exactly agree with this. It’s very hard to be truly remarkable at something. It requires talent, extreme dedication, and focus.

    I think it’s better to look at each goal that you set for yourself and try to do it the best that you can. You can even try to make a small improvement to your routine everyday.

  2. Yeah, it’s also the same with tennis. If you enjoy playing the game, odds are you will improve at it because you’re doing something that you love.

    If your only goal is to be remarkable and you don’t have the passion for the sport, you are going to be fighting with yourself the whole time because you don’t enjoy what you’re doing.

    • So true. There is no way you can put in enough effort to be remarkable if you are not passionate about it. We have three kids at three very different levels of play. I think each one is remarkable. My one son has osteoporosis and suffers from a lot of joint pain and has broken his feet three times. He is remarkable just by getting on the court.

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