Being the best YOU eliminates competition and comparisons. The truth is no one can be better at being you, than you!
I have been in the business of helping people identify their authentic self for well over 20 years. It’s been indeed a powerful, rewarding, challenging, and revealing process and I say that with absolute love and compassion.
- I’ll also add my experience on this journey of self-discovery has been that the number one issue for most people that I’ve worked with is the limiting core belief of “not being good enough”.
- This is often masked by what some call “the imposter syndrome”, whose flipside is “I have to be better than everyone else to be accepted”.
The problem with this thinking is one never reaches or even feels their potential for long enough to really grow their inner culture because their true potential lies within themselves and when someone is constantly viewing themselves from an external comparison their inner culture, their magnificence (light) starts to fade away.
So when I say… Being the best YOU eliminates competition and comparisons, I am suggesting you cant do it by looking outside yourself, you must go within. Being the best you can be is always going to be an inside job, sure we can use tools/practices to aid in that process and that’s why I created the tools I have for people. But the looking outside yourself is really for one reason only… to genuinely connect with other human beings.
Not for the purpose of gain or to copy them or even be better than them. Its to unite with them so we can ALL shine brighter. Of course, I’m not saying we don’t learn from each other because that’s a given.
However, what I am pointing out is “what’s the intention, desire, and motivation behind that need to learn from others?” In a world where we are made to think you have to “be the best” to get ahead, it’s no wonder people have adopted these destructive and disempowering ideas and become blind to the needs of their inner personal culture, essence, spirit, and value.
The truth is no one can be better at being you, than you! You then see that there is no competition, it’s just a figment of your imagination.
So, I will say it again… no one can be better at being you, than you! Which invites the question, Who are YOU?