A post inspired by a looong drive across the Midwest recently, and it’s all about…Average. Why is Average something that people are ok with? Or, stated a bit clearer – why is Average something that people think they HAVE to be ok with?
Let’s try this: You – yes, you – don’t have to be ok with average. It’s your choice. Who said you had to?
You don’t have to accept the fact that, well, the average person just kinda puts up with their job. Disliking your job is, you know, normal.
You don’t have to accept the fact that the average American gets sick every winter – or three times every winter – or once a month – or whatever.
You don’t have to accept the fact that you can kinda pay your bills every month. That you’re not saving nearly as much as you’d hoped – or none at all. But hey, that’s ok, that’s the same situation the average person is in.
You don’t have to accept the fact that if something is uncomfortable, it’s bad. People can’t change – they can’t better themselves or change directions or quit their job – that’s not normal, you say!
You don’t have to accept any of these things. You can, if you wish. But you don’t HAVE to.