The media loves to write stories about the big guys. The big CEOs running the big companies, with billions of dollars changing hands and thousands of employees doing their bidding.
And yet, here are people like our old friend Seth Godin, who has zero employees, and just runs his not-insignificant empire, mostly by himself from a wee loft, an hour North of Manhattan.
What does that tell us?
It tells us that size is irrelevant. That you can have an amazing career with or without scale.
It just depends on you. It just depends on the size of your heart; what matters to you and what’s worth doing.
People matter, love matters, size is unimportant.