I think you’re taking it too literally.
Amrit Hallan

I’m with you on that Amrit. Lolly, I think you make a strong point about the need to be authentic and not create an incongruent version of ourselves. The command to ‘fake it’ does not say ‘be a fake’ – they are very different things. I see it as an invite to trick your own thinking into being more of what you want to be, now. Call it ‘act as if’, ‘pretend’ or ‘presuppose’…whatever you like, it’s merely suggesting you create the reality you want sooner. Perhaps there is value in helping people do some pre-work before ‘faking it’ that encourages them to align values, outcomes, beliefs, purpose etc. With that work in place, they can step in and play.

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