Since we were young, we’ve been told a lie. The lie sounds like this: The way to be accepted and even succeed in life is not to be too weird, odd, different, or unusual.
What we learn young is hard to unlearn.
Decide, then do fully with conviction and wholeheartedness.
You don’t succeed by doing good work. You succeed by doing your absolute best.
In Hawaiian, the word mana’o means to think deeply, to concentrate, to reflect, to gain insight.