The other day I was in a room surrounded by 500 people, all wearing nametags.
This was both weird and awesome at the same time.
It was weird because I’m not used to OTHER people wearing nametags.
Almost like that scene in Being John Malkovitch when he goes inside his own head, only to be surrounded by dozens of his clones speaking the words, “MalkovitchMalkovitchMalkovitch!”
It was awesome because, for once, I was on the other side of the tag. For once I actually know everyone else’s name. Hooray!
After my workshop was over, one of the women from the audience came up to chat.
“Must be weird seeing everyone ELSE wearing nametags, huh Scott?”
“Yeah, for real,” I said. “But it’s sort of weird and cool at the same time.”
“So then, I gotta ask,” she said, “When everybody wears nametags, do you feel like you’re no longer unique?”
I thought about that for a sec.
“Actually, not at all. As you learned today, there’s nothing unique about wearing a nametag. That might be different, but it’s not unique. See, when I’m surrounded by 500 people wearing nametags, I’m unique because I’m the ONLY person in the room – not who’s WEARING a nametag – but who made a CAREER out of wearing a nametag.”
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Are you unique or just different?
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That Guy with the Nametag
Watch The Nametag Guy in action here!