Have you ever tried to go down an exciting new path in life but felt a sense of judgment from family and friends about it?

In today’s video, I’m going to share (what turns out to be more than) 3 ways to deal with that, PLUS a personal story about my wardrobe that will help put things into perspective.

But first, a couple of notes about today’s video.

Yes. I did notice. Notice what? That my head is slightly cut off from the video at several points. I got a little artsy-fartsy and decided to frame the shot w/ my grill on one side of the video – not realizing that my endearing sideways head-tilt would be a probz. All good.

The message of this video is more important than any perfectionist rationalization I could make about not putting it out because of that blotch. Bite me.

My approach is all about the “get better” mindset (vs. the “be good” mindset). In other words, it’s not about PROVING, it’s about IM-PROVING.

Aiight. Next up. The video is 10 minutes long. I know. “Micro-content” is where it’s at these days. In other words, you don’t have 10 minutes to sit and watch my best attempts to articulate a point. Got it.

BUT, if you really are trying to go down an exciting new path in life and you feel a little funny about people’s opinions of it, than carve out 10 minutes of your day to actually watch this. It’s worth it. :o)

If not, no worries. Maybe the next video will be more for ya.

Hope you enjoy. And yo, let’s all drop comments below sharing our strategies for dealing w/ the validation from the peeps we know and meet.

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Talk soon!

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