Embrace What Makes You Different

As the title suggests, it’s okay to be different. Not everybody is the same. Some people know more than others. Some people have taken the effort to educate themselves on various things than others. If you are at a higher level than others on a subject or see things differently, anything, than you are different. And that’s okay. If everybody was the same, there would be no progress or innovation in society, ever. The people that are different are the same people that change the game.

Albert Einstein, for example, was extremely different. Albert Einstein is considered to be one of the brightest minds in the history of mankind. Can you believe that people thought that he was unintelligent in his youth? Albert Einstein thought differently and his scientific works contributed to changing the course of human society.

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Sometimes, people won’t like that you are different. It’s definitely strange to see somebody who doesn’t immediately follow the status quo. But if you challenge yourself to learn and develop and you see that only the sky is the limit. Then YOU will be the one who changes the status quo.

Embrace your differences, never limit yourself to the status quo. Learn and grow, and the world will follow. You are your only limit, the people who limit themselves grow only to be what they limit themselves to be.

Never settle and always be yourself. The world needs more people like you.

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this interesting topic. Especially appreciate your example of Einstein and how most people thought he was unintelligent as a child. Looking forward to reading more of your posts.

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