When I think of underrated, I think of a guy named Mark Bustos.
Mark Bustos is a high-end hair stylist in New York City, working at a boutique salon where haircuts start at $150 [+R1,500] and lots of clients are well-known celebrities.
But every Sunday, on his only day off, Mark hits the streets of New York City to give back to his community, offering free cuts to the homeless.
He records it, and writes about their stories.
I think it is so amazing that he is at the top of his game as a hairdresser, working with celebrities and things like that, and then on weekends, on his one day off, he goes around and is of service to people who ordinarily would never have the chance to get their hair cut, especially by somebody like him.
I’m sure there are other people like Mark Bustos, who do work that matters not because they have to, but because they can.
What is underrated is despite your success, you still have the heart to do work that matters.
You didn’t lose yourself on your way to your success.
I have no doubt that people reading this other articles will be successful in their lives.
The question is will you matter?
This is what mattering looks like to Mark Bustos:
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