October 29


If You Think You’re Not Good Enough to Pursue Your Passion

By Peter Julian

When we lead with our own passions, we don’t allow those around us to influence what those truly are. When people operate from their ego, which is very common, instead of operating under their authentic self, they often find themselves in a place that they think is acceptable for other people to be in. If people don’t like you that’s great, it means you are living the way you want to despite what other people think, and this is the foundation for true success.

Key Takeaways:

  • With the support of the right people, and through a long and painful introspective journey, I eventually realized that what made me repress myself were sneaky and dangerous limiting thoughts.
  • Talent is not something we are born with. Better said, talent is something that very few people are born with.
  • Listen to your soul and explore your most genuine passions and desires so you can connect with them, start doing what you love, and experience this enlightened sensation.

“More than ten years later, I had the first glimpse of what I could have become if I’d connected to my innermost passions.”

Read more: https://tinybuddha.com/blog/if-you-think-youre-not-good-enough-to-pursue-your-passion/

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