Human beings have innate abilities. There are some things that we love and that we’re good at, and there are other things that we just shouldn’t be doing.
I showed a video of my grandson Finley, who loves trucks.
He’s a child, but he’s so sure about what he likes and doesn’t like, and he likes trucks. As adults, we have the same innate abilities and instincts but we reject it because we think that we have to behave a certain way to get to a certain place.
You can still get there by exercising selfishness – healthy selfishness. Don’t do things that you’re not good at. Don’t do things that you don’t enjoy.
Delegate that to someone else who DOES enjoy it. You don’t have to do it all, and in fact, you shouldn’t be doing it all because that just leads you doing it badly.
I fully believe that if we all practiced a healthy selfishness, if we all stayed out of people’s lanes and let them do their thing and they stayed in their lanes and let you do your thing, we’d be a much happier, healthier, and more collaborative society.
So focus on those things that you innately enjoy. The things you’re good at.
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