In a world such as today the hardest thing to be is ourselves. With social media and every asshole and their mother making comments and being critics.
Feeling a little down? Full on depressed? Think you are or have gone nowhere in life? Don’t. You haven’t. You are doing just fine.
When I started off on my blogging journey, I wasn’t sure where to begin. I read book after book about marketing, business, PR, networking and on and on. I talked to friends and people who had started a business. I was on the internet all damn night reading other peoples blogs, commenting on anything I read, I was reading beauty blogs and tech blogs. I felt desperate and pathetic. I felt like a teenager trying to fit in and be liked.
Labels create something. They make nothing, something. When we label something it takes on a life of it’s own and creates meaning and shape. Causing unneeded and unnecessary stress.
When was the last time you were out? People watching is a like a sport for me. Do you ever just sit and watch the shit that people do? Man, people are interesting characters. They really are.
I believe that stupid is the new smart. Stupid people don’t realize how down and out things are with the world. They don’t pay attention. They are on autopilot just going through life. They could live under a bridge and they’d say things like , “Yeah but it’s a nice bridge”. Get fired from a job and be totally cool with it. No worries, I’ll find another one. They wander, not wonder. These people could be the next Tony Robbins but they’re too stupid. Tony Robbins is a genius. He talks out his asshole and smart people pay him thousands of dollars. Stupid people do stupid shit because they’re fearless. Smart people have fear. Smart people are afraid of what people will think. Ask a stupid person what people think and they’ll say, “Uh, well, why do people care what I do?”. They don’t get it. You don’t see stupid people going to Tony Robbins. It’s all smart people. Leaders and celebrities. Stupid people could never be the next Tony Robbins. They share their advice …