How to be yourself isn’t taught in school …

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Critics have one thing in common. The way you did something didn’t create the result they wanted.

If you grew up with ADHD you know what I’m talking about.

Parents, professionals and peers alike are driven by the need to maintain their own paradigm.

They push and bribe to gain your compliance in doing it their way.

A win occurs when you give them what they want.

It’s easy to grow up second guessing yourself and deferring to others when what you wanted was repeatedly shot down and rarely (if ever) supported.

Fortunately, it’s never too late to discover how worthy and lovable you truly are.

First be aware you were raised to be a cog in a transactional culture.

But that’s not what you were put here for. You’re an extension of the creative force that drives the evolution of everything.

Your evolution depends upon learning to let go of your responsibility for catering to the collective comfort zone of the “normal folk”.

Let them keep society on the existing road while you discover new ones. That’s what you’re here for.

Ready to get started?

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