1. You spend less time doubting yourself, and more time actually making stuff happen.
Questioning your life choices is natural. It happens. It’s good, even — it forces you to check in with yourself and make sure you’re heading down the path you want to go. But if you’re questioning yourself based on what you think other people think is cool, you’re going to spend a lot of time stressing out about hypotheticals that have nothing to do with the task at hand. Apologizing to someone or looking over your shoulder at every turn is a recipe for disaster, and a lot of wasted energy. That energy is better spent actually driving your dream forward, not on making sure that everyone else is on board with the plan (because, spoiler: not everyone will be).
2. You begin to realize that everyone is weird.
And yes, I mean…
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