To Do It Differently

I just need some ego. The ego that will help me continue to believe in my vision. And the ego that will remind me not to look at what others are doing so much.

In short, to do it differently means believe in yourself and ignore the competition.

I have seen quite often in some organizations about an obsession in their competitors. They looked through their competitors’ moves. They overanalyzed their competitors’ products. Then they found themselves in an inescapable situation. The situation where they blindly just copied from their competitors — product by product, feature by feature. Sadly, they created no difference here.

We can be brainwashed by information overload. We can easily be persuaded by looking too hard for extrinsic motivations. We can be lured by obsessing with competitions. When that happens, it is very difficult to eliminate them from our heads. So, not being able to think, act, and create differently is inevitable.

Counterintuitively, we don’t need to know more, to see more, to experience more to do a different thing. We just need to know who to trust — ourselves. And, we just need to know where to focus — the problems.

Thinking and writing are the things I like. Sharing is what I love. Because of them, I write everyday to share stories from my thoughts and experiences, from the future I see and believe in. Everything I use to build Inthentic a better home. A home of people who want to do good things and give back. A home that is a small starting point of changes for a better society. I am proud of what I am doing. And even prouder to know that I am not doing it alone.

Thanks for reading. :-)