It’s best to be who you are not who ‘they’ want you to be, never try to be odd/different/weird avoid at all costs telling people you are a disruptor…..
Instead be you while remembering it’s not about you.
You have nothing to prove to anyone.
You also it is said are not doing things right f everyone loves you.
Nearly 54 my struggle is to get a recruiter to acknowledge they aren’t being ageist — seriously though without knowing through out my global social networking back to 1982 I now realise I have never looked to be liked — loved yes, as being loved shows care and attention from those who appreciate rather than just like you.
It’s all relative, chasing people for attention is far more time consuming than living life to fit your purpose.