The Last Ten Percent

After reading, watching, and listening to scripts, films, and ideas over the past months, I think it was this article from Seth Godin that helped define a question I had been asking myself about what separated the great from the average:

The last ten percent is the signal we look for, the way we communicate care and expertise and professionalism.

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