I grew up in Bulgaria. From an early age, I was seen as the weirdo who didn't play well with the other kids.
When you're a kid, you're just having fun, but as you grow, being told you're weird makes you self-conscious. I felt like there was something wrong with me, so I worked really hard on blending in. I was so afraid of speaking my mind that I just listened to the normal kids talking.
Growing up, I kept up the "normal" charade until one day I realized that normal was boring and overrated. That I'd spent too long bottling up my potential. That interesting people were doing crazy sh*t all over the world, and people were praising them for it. And I was missing out.
Maybe you have felt the same way. Afraid of speaking up, of showing who you really are, of being different and "weird," with your odd tastes and loud ideas...
But you know what?
Everything goes on the Internet. Everyone's jumping on the opportunity to be whoever the f*ck they want to be.
Meanwhile, the "normal" people call themselves experts, churn out the same courses and blueprints, automate everything, and basically, bore the sh*t out of us.
DON'T HOLD YOURSELF BACK FROM LIVING YOUR TRUTH JUST BECAUSE PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THE PAST ARE TRYING TO SHAME YOU INTO CONFORMING.
You have all that raw passion and talent for a reason, and it wasn't to give up your on dreams and "sell out."
In fact, I won't let it happen because I have dedicated my life to helping fellow creative rebels to stop trying to fit in and step into the magic of standing out.
No more excuses, we are going back to rebel basics.
Are you with me? :)