It is time to free yourself from moving with the crowd

MS. D. R. Oluwakemi Lamidi, Founder & CEO of Web & Cloud LLC shares her view on 'Moving against the crowd'

It is time to free yourself from moving with the crowd
MS. D. R. Oluwakemi Lamidi, Founder & CEO of Web & Cloud LLC shares her view on 'Moving against the crowd'
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Moving against the crowd is liberating

MS. D. R. Oluwakemi Lamidi, Founder & CEO of Web & Cloud LLC shares her view on 'Moving against the crowd'

Very few feelings are more encouraging than marching to the beat of my own drum. When I move against the crowd, I feel free. It is empowering to know that I am acknowledged respectfully for doing things my way despite oppositions.

I am careful with my decision-making and each choice I make is given meaningful thought. Taking this approach ensures that I remain true to myself.

It is sometimes difficult to ignore the popular opinion of the masses. Life seems so much easier when I take someone else’s path, but it is far less fulfilling.

Fulfillment comes by doing what I know feels right within my soul.

It feels good to honor the ethics that have taken me through life. I sleep peacefully at night when I am free from emotional turmoil. I choose to do what feels good to me, regardless of what other people think about my personal decisions. You can never go far if you keep letting peoples or cultural opinions governs your life path.

Dont make dishonest decisions just to get to the top

Being honest and working hard to success is sometimes slower, but it is more liberating. In that scenario, I avoid being enslaved by dishonest decisions just to get to the top.

Today, I am committed to taking steps that feel good to me. I am courageous in pursuing what I feel is right even if it is unpopular. My focus is on being true to myself at all times.

Self-Reflection questions you should always ask yourself:

  1. What are some of the reasons why I may choose to go with the crowd?
  2. How much influence do my loved ones have in my decision-making?
  3. How do I know when my decisions are less ideal than someone else’s?
  4. Is my decisions harmful? I’m always conscious of not wanting to hurt another person in any way.