The Hole Problem

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Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels.
The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes.
The ones who see things differently.

You are a misfit, or so I assume. You don’t fit into your place in the herd because the herd is not your place; cows and sheep are not your people, cud-chewing compliance is not your nature, eating and reproducing are not the full extent of your potential. You don’t fit in the herd because you don’t belong in the herd. There’s a place where you do belong, but the herd is not it. 

You are a square peg. A square peg is only a misfit in the context of a round hole. The problem is not that the peg doesn’t fit, it’s the hole that’s wrong. Your job is not to hammer yourself into the wrong hole, but to find the right hole whatever hole accommodates your unique proportions – and fit where you belong. As soon as you stop trying to pound your square ass into a round-ass hole, life will take a turn from artificial constraint to authentic potential. 

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