Get Weird and Claim Your Freedom

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The best freedom is being yourself.” – Jim Morrison

In my life, freedom means having the flexibility to maneuver in some big areas such as thought, emotion, time, location, finances, etc.

What does freedom mean to you?

As you build your business and experience your journey, it’s important to remind yourself that you are awesome no matter how weird you think you are.

Here are three strategies you can implement to help claim your freedom right now.

1. Respect the Power of Your Thoughts
It doesn’t matter what happens to you or for you. What matters is how you think about it. How you choose to think about a circumstance has a trickle down effect on your feelings, actions, and results. That is real power at your control. (Boom)

The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts.” – Marcus Aurelius

2. Embrace Your Weird
Do you want freedom? Get in touch with your weird. Be you and be true. Don’t ever apologize for expressing the real you. Embrace your true self and share it with the world.

Weird is a side-effect of being awesome.” – Unknown

3. Seek Clarity
Without clarity, you are stuck in a game of chance. Sometimes that game can be fun. However, it can be limiting and delay achievement of your goals.

Imagine if you could roll the dice and land on the specific number you want each time. That is what clarity feels like. You know what you are doing, why you are doing it, and who you are doing it for.

The more of me I be, the clearer I can see.” – Rachel Andrews

We are all a bunch of growth-seeking spirits hanging out in Earth suits. (High five). I’m grateful to be in the game where the mission is to follow your path and embrace your bliss.

Freedom is there for the taking. You, my friend, are the key to your happiness and your freedom. All you have to do is claim it.

High fives and knuckles,


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16 thoughts on “Get Weird and Claim Your Freedom

  1. If I had a dollar for every time someone told me I had a very unique view point or outlook… I think that might be a nice way of saying weird 😀

  2. Thank you Jace, for the reminder! Many of us feel “outside of the group” too often and we need to remember that our “weird” is valuable instead of feeling bad about ourselves.

  3. If being weird means being myself then I embrace my weirdocity! I don’t want to be a faceless “me too”.

    I love the “we are all a bunch of growth seeking spirits hanging out in Earth suits”!

  4. Dude, I’ve been “fitting out” since before I knew there was a term for it….

    Not only that, I’ve written four YA fantasy novels, and attended many Fantasy & Science-Fiction conventions to promote ’em. Ever see some of those costumes? Those are some folks who freely and shamelessly embrace and flaunt their “weird.” Makes me feel right at home…. 🙂

    Rock on!!