re•mark•able [adjective]: worthy of being noticed, especially as being uncommon or extraordinary
If you want to break out of the mold of average, the first thing you need to do is to make a decision to be radically different. Most remarkable people are people of action, and for a good reason: if you don’t take decisive action, nothing will ever change. But this first step is entirely mental. It calls for a clear decision to rise above the culture of mediocrity.
And then, of course, it does call for action.
How do you decide to be remarkable?