The Success Trap

A successful person never tries to achieve what they already are. Yet so many people strive to become successful by definitions and standards that distance themselves from their true nature. For example, we don’t try to become successful mothers, successful daughters, successful siblings or successful friends. We are who we really are: outside of success stories. We should strive to be our best selves.

My latest article on Mindfray:)

The Success Trap: Failing Yourself by Losing Your Individuality

The concept of failure is a much talked about subject, so much so that affirmations harkening it as a necessary evil have become poster art cliché. Failure leads to success as they say, right? All this diverts our attention back to success.

Ji Strangeway is a filmmaker, writer, and poet specializing in female-centric LGBTQ. She is also a fierce blogger aiming for a new level of indigoness and bad assery. Find out more: | Follow FB: jistrangeway.official  #jistrangeway

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Ji Strangeway

Ji Strangeway

Executant of the Ineffable

The Three Gates of Speech stipulates that you ask these questions before putting your foot in your mouth: Is it True? Is it Necessary? Is it Kind? Since this doesn't fit the purpose for every occassion, the criteria for my path is: Is it True? Is it Necessary? Is it Indigo?

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