Getting comfortable being different—learning to let your "weirdness" out and trust your voice
Why a big chunk of trusting your voice is being brave enough to let your “weirdness” out so you can find your tribe.
The value in being authentically consistent and how to course correct as you go.
Learning to keep playing your game, in your style, no matter where you are and what you’re doing.
Why trusting your voice is an iterative process—and how to ensure you’re consistently reinforcing who you are.
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“I definitely let my inner weirdo out.”—JS
“Part of this is just learning to trust that your weirdness is compatible with other people's weirdness.”—RM
“What's the best part of you that's going to show up and be really thoughtful and consistent?”—JS
“You play your game, your style.”—RM
“Sometimes your inner weirdo is gonna preclude you being involved in certain things, but it's much more common for the opposite to be true.”—JS
“Somebody else can’t empower you. You empower yourself to put your voice out there.”—RM
“You’ve gotta find and hone and refine your voice.”—JS
“When you get to the point where it's almost like the opposite of imposter syndrome, you trust that you have something to say.”—RM