Being who you are makes life simpler. It’s an obvious-not-obvious truth, isn’t it? Of course being yourself makes things simpler. You don’t have to work at it, you don’t have to fake it, you don’t have to pretend.
Except you actually do have to work at it, because it’s almost always easier to be the person the world expects you to be than to be the person you really are. (Need help to find yourself? Start here.)
If you’re stuck in that place right now: I’ve been there. I see you. And I have three ideas for you about how to move on, over at No Sidebar.
Your Next Step Toward a Simpler Life
When the truth of who you are inside is the same as how you live your life on the outside, things start to fall into place. You don’t have to pretend to share someone else’s priorities and values when you have your own. You know which decisions make sense for you. You start to see your own direction. You know what to keep in your life, and what to let go of.
Get the whole scoop at No Sidebar.