Obscurity Is a Gift

We don’t see it that way. We’re too busy trying to build our platforms to make it to the Promised Land. But being ignored provides a quiet laboratory for doing your thing, figuring things out, getting it right. The more successful you become, the less room there is for trial-and-error, for innovation.

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Ben Arment
Ben Arment helps people launch great things. He’s the founder of Dream Year, The Whiteboard Sessions, and STORY in Chicago, and he also wrote a book called Church in the Making. He and his wife Ainsley live in Virginia Beach and have three cowboys, Wyatt, Dylan & Cody.