This picture was taken at the Barcelo Riveria Maya indoor mall. I was down there with friends for the Crash My Playa country music concert. As is the case at most all-inclusive resorts they want to provide entertainment throughout the course of the day. One of the afternoon entertainers was this guy – an incredible saxophone player performing a mix of original jams and sax-heavy covers, all while riding a hover board. Now, playing a saxophone seems difficult enough to me, but then to add on whimsical hover board choreography!?!? Now we’re talking! And even if the multi-tasking involved with saxxing and hovering isn’t terribly difficult if you are talented in either/both, it certainly allowed this guy to stand out. I mean I am writing a blog about him 6-weeks later. There are many saxophone players. Good saxophone players. But, how many scoot around on a hover board while the play? That is unique and as a result he stood out. How can I stand out? There are many psychologists. Good psychologists. How can I stand out? What other talents might I have that when added to the mix can set me apart from others? To make me memorable. Many of us are already doing great things in our personal or professional lives that are equivalent to the playing of a saxophone. Yet, what can we do to give a little more, add another element, to stand out in what we do or who we are in a positive way. Maybe it’s marketing, a change in personal branding, another skill set, customer service, going the extra mile. The options are unlimited. Though if we want to stand out, we need to ask ourselves…can we hover too?