No matter what questions we ask about surviving or thriving, about happiness or creativity, and business or personal success – not as comparisons, but just as ‘how-to’ questions, it doesn’t matter how we structure the question, the answer is the same. Trust.
Trust what we’ve been taught, what we’ve learned, those we respect, our gut, our hard work, wisdom of others, that most people are not trying to cheat anyone, that everyone has ‘their good reason’ for most things they do – most are not villains inherently even if we disagree or think their actions are sinister; trust that what we see and hear are real manifestations of who people are.
Trust courage when you see it.
Trust courage when you feel it.
Trust fear when you feel it too.
Most people are mainly what they appear to be.
Surviving, thriving, and striving for a better life may be our solitary journey. Still, we are far from alone – we need to trust that, trust that every emotion of positive or negative appearances is felt by others too. While we all deal with situations differently, we are not uniquely different from anyone else – perhaps as different as one snowflake to another.
If there is one thing we are talented at – if that one skill we’ve honed, some unique way we do something, that might be worthy of labeling it innovation; when we examine who buys what we are selling, it is always based on trust, period.
When things go well, everyone is our friend.
When things go badly, we find out who our friends really are.
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