No matter who you are, no matter where you’re from, no matter where you’ve been and no matter what you’re going through right now, there is nobody in this world who is just like you.
You have a unique set of skills and education and personality traits and life experiences.
If you’re 20 years old, you’ve lived approximately 7,300 days, and on every single one of those days you learned new things.
If you’re 40 years old, you’ve lived approximately 14,600 days, and on every single one of those days you learned things.
You have experienced countless situations. You have learned certain ways of thinking and being and acting.
Your uniqueness is beautiful and magical and miraculous.
Don’t try to be anyone else. Don’t try to live up to norms that other people have dictated.
Jeetender Sehdev, author of The Kim Kardashian Principle, says:
Find what’s unique about you and amp it up.
Your uniqueness is miraculous. Embrace all of it, warts and all, with self-compassion and love.