WHY CONFORMITY KILLS YOUR POWER

When you are born, you are born with a unique blueprint.

You are unique with a personality signature that is like no other.

No one in the history of the world has ever had the the exact combination of personality characteristics as you.

And no one ever will.....

You are born with a risk free and assertive nature.

When you think about this and truly realise this truth, it should make you feel special.

However, the reality is that most people do not feel like they are anything special or unique.

We are pressured to choose career paths or lifestyles that are considered lucrative or prestigious.

We start to see work as something that we have to do, instead of a source of great satisfaction and inspiration.

We are pressured to be like everyone by our parents, friends, culture, employers and conditioning.

What most people do not realise is that when we succumb to conformity, we lose all our personal power that makes us unique.

When we do this, we also inevitably end up in careers, jobs & lives that do not suit us.

Most people would rather blend in than stand out to avoid being labeled "weird" or "strange".

As people get older, they become too fearful to become a true expression of themselves.

Living in this way can be detrimental to our well being.

The consequences are severe:

1. No sense of inner power
2. Disconnection from personal gifts and talents
3. Chasing material items that only provide temporary satisfaction
4. Following others blindly resulting in diminished self-esteem
5. Feelings of constant anxiety and frustration

It is time that people wake up to this and start placing importance to what truly matters.

What truly matters is what you really want.

You can only know what you truly want, if you know yourself.

The only way to know yourself is to be yourself.

The only way to be yourself is to listen to your heart.

Have the courage to be your unique self, because you will only live this life once.

You were born to win!

- Ron Malhotra

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