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The need to be Authentic

Defining the problem
Departing from the norms
Deleting the impractical
Developing the better
Determining the best
Designing the result
And being the best you can be.

I am sitting in my bedroom, having a hot milk shake on a cup which reads-Be brave, Be Bold, Be you. It really made me think about the importance of being yourself and being authentic. Every single day can be perceived as dismal, or you can weave it to perfection and extract every second to its fullest. At a time when a person is seldom trying to come up with some new ideas, a time when plagiarism seems to be the blemish of the mankind, you have the power to present something to this world which no one else can, apart from you. Even if you try to be like someone you adore, you will only be the second best. Why choose to be second-placed when you are so much more than that? Why not try to unleash the gifts which god has given exclusively to you?  Just read a quote of Warren Buffet- "There will never be a better you than you." Wise words from a brilliant guy. Promise yourself to make time to think about your authenticity. To showcase your talent in a way which will even astonish you. You are special. You are unique. So are you willing to get out of your comfort zone (which I call the stagnancy zone) and exert more of yourself? Are you willing to stop running along with the herd and start pursuing the things which you really want in your life. Are you ready to wow others around you by exuding originality and your suave skills? As it is said, be so great that they can't ignore you. I wish you a very happy and an authentic life.
I would be happy if you share this message to your friends.
Thank you.

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