We have spent this entire month helping you connect with your uniqueness. We have asked you to embrace your gifts, use your voice constructively, make wise decisions that are true to you, and to celebrate how perfectly imperfect you are.
You are amazing. You probably don’t hear that enough, but you are. And even if you do hear that from people, there’s a good chance you don’t necessarily feel or own it.
Sometimes being you can be challenging because it might buck the status quo. It is much easier to just follow that duck right in front of you.
In an era where everyone seems to have an opinion, combined with social media and the fact that everyone now has a platform from which to share those opinions, this week’s strategy might feel a little unnecessary.
We love to ask people the question: What are five things you do well? These might be very specific things, like playing the piano or baking homemade bread.
When an artist signs a piece of art and puts a number like 1/1 or 1/1,000 on it, the lower the denominator, the more valuable the piece of art is perceived to be. In other words, 1/1 is better than 1/100,000. When it comes to humans, we only have one number we can use because each and every person is 1/1.