In the pursuit of success I aim toward transparency.
Pretending to be someone else, or something else, just doesn’t vibe well with me.
There is a saying that goes:
“Fake it till you make it.”
I used to do that.
But nowadays, if I can’t do something, I will let you know.
I am NOT the right person to come to for relationship advice.
I am NOT the right person to to tell you how to “make it.”
I am NOT the right person to ask about zombies.
Now this may seem like I’m limiting myself, but it’s not. I’m just being more conscious of what I want to focus on.
Knowing who I am helps in this authenticity debacle, because I’m not gonna do things just for a “like” or for a “subscribe”. I think integrity plays into that as well.
Here’s a quote from Andy Andrews that I love:
“If you’re doing what everybody else is doing, you’re only contributing to the average.”
My friend, Kema, and I get into this type of conversation. Watch the vlog.