Last night I went on a girl date with the lovely Arpen Thandi (one of the masterminds behind Marketing at Popchips Canada). Oh by the way, we went to East is East on Main… sooo good – divine eats, atmosphere and chai!
So anyways we got chatting and we both admitted that we were terrified of being average. Yes, we had a fear of being average.
I define ‘average’ as ordinary or maybe even status quo. With being average, comes average education, experience, salary and expectations. Average means no better or worse than anyone else, just average.
Average seriously makes me want to throw up. To me, being average means blending into society.
I don’t want to be average.
I want to be different.