It is not by chance that our biggest challenges end up being our most told stories. We think we know ourselves, where our limits are, how much we can take and the things we can't absolutely do, because we weren't good at math or we were never creative.
When life pushes us forward to face the challenges, clear the way and move onto the next thing, we soon realise that what we tell ourselves is nothing but a story used to vanish the guilt for not trying. We induce ourselves to believe that we are right in our own prediction and to try is to waste time, or be a fool for knowing it wouldn't go well and still do it.
"You know nothing John Snow" remember that. We Know Nothing. Even if there is a study, a probability or an expert. We know nothing. Because if the one person never tried because 98% failed, that person could belong to the 2% but we would never find out.
You don't have to be entitled or confident to belong to the winners, millionaires, rockstars and game changers. You find out to be part of the 2% by trying! - Not by looking at stats, probabilities and chances.
You need confidence not so much to believe that you are going to make it but to know that we are given the same chance to pursue our own truth and find out our own limits for ourselves.
Thinking you are just another one, (a small fish in a big pond) is exactly what is making you just another one. The day you start seeing things differently things will start changing.
About the look, this time I am wearing a band tee from CHRLDR with black high waisted skinny trousers and black leather boots. I've folded the t-shirt to look like a crop top and added a faux leopard fur coat. This look was shot back on the first days of January.