Dec 25th, 2018
Today, we live in the “Age of the Selfie”, where garnering more “likes” and broadcasting one’s social media persona fuels everyone’s need to feel important. Being average or ordinary has earned a bad rap because it implies that someone is undistinguished, boring, and is a nobody.
But I believe that our definition of being ordinary is one-dimensional because it’s based solely on superficial criteria. It disregards virtue such as our compassion, kindness, dependability.
In this episode, I talk about the negative effects of the need to feel important and how we can overcome it by embracing our ordinariness while highlighting our strengths.