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Identify With Extraordinary, Then Become Extraordinary

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A few years ago, video producer Mark Drager was afraid to share with his friend and fellow entrepreneur, Evan Carmichael, that he really wanted to be extraordinary in all aspects of his life. But he finally personally connected with the word itself.

"If you want to be extraordinary, and that's who you are and the word you identify with, then the first thing to do is to just start being yourself," he says on this episode of Carmichael's "Lunch & Earn" series. "It doesn't matter what industry or if you happen to work for someone else, the best thing about working with that world that you identify with is that it helps you be a purer version of yourself."

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Related: Evan Carmichael Shares 10 Tips to Help You Become a Top YouTuber

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