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Sometimes we get so caught up with our responsibilities, commitments, obligations, and plans that we miss what's true in the moment. When we follow this rule our local environment suffers from our lack of presence.
The difference between you and everyone else is only one thing; what you love. Yet we've been taught to suppress what we love. We choose social safety over authenticity and hide our truth to appear "normal."
Our potential is diminished when we compromise our vision in order to gain favor or approval from others. We've been trained to believe that victory requires an audience.
When we confuse making a mistake with the culturally marketed concept of being a "failure," we stop taking reasonable risks and our opportunities for growth are severely diminished.
The expectation that we should be perpetually comfortable leaves us stuck when efforts are required. Indulging comfort tempts us to turn off, forget our vision, invest in instant gratifications, and live on automatic.
We're trained to believe that having leverage over others is the basis of authority, that control equals power, but control is never as powerful as relationship.
Most of us seem to believe that not asking for help makes us a better person, that we get more points for doing things on our own. Yet it's easy to get stuck without help.