In my teen years, I used to try to fit into the circle.
Even though I knew I didn’t belong and I could never measure up.
Despite being overlooked by those in that class, momentary excitement was driving me.
One day I decided to start staying in my lane.
The more I stayed in my circle, the happier I became.
There was no more pressure on me to be what I don’t want to be.
Trying to “Fit In” circles is same like trying to grow business outside your core speciality.
Growth is good. However, trying to go away from your DNA aimlessly ( just because you can afford to invest) is arguably worse than staying – put a little longer than you should but keep innovating what your resources are best in.
You don’t need to be like the crowd.
Let the crowd see you like you.