Have you ever meant to say one thing, but say another instead because you’re concerned about what others might think? Do you start the day with an idea or goal, only to end up doing something else because of self-doubts or pressure to conform to someone else’s ideas? Too often we live beneath our potential and stifle our happiness because how we feel and think are in conflict with what we say and do. When much of the world seems bent on mass-producing single-flavor personalities, it’s certainly cathartic and inspiring to hear encouraging reminders that it’s not only okay to be unique in the world, it’s something to celebrate.
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