You’re a gardening geek if you can list the main differences in the makeup of topsoil and potting soil without needing to Google it.
Any individual who is part of the Master’s Division is a Call fo Duty geek. If you don’t know what that means, chances are you aren’t one.
A cooking geek will prefer alligator steaks over the more popular beef steaks, even though the gator costs up to $25 per pound.
Business geeks actually get excited when speaking about evaluations, profit margins, and customer acquisition costs.
Geeks are not just science nerds or math dweebs anymore. Today, we are all geeks about something. The internet, with it’s power of connectivity, is at it’s best when being used as a platform on which to gather people together, and let them geek out over a topic. If you are the person creating and leading on this platform, whether for gardening, business, faith, or gator steaks, then you have been given both an incredible opportunity and an important responsibility.
The secret to influential leadership in today’s world is simpler than we think:
Find your fellow geeks.
Give them a place to geek out.