You should always be yourself. The most important thing. Everyone is trying to impress everyone. This can be so frustrating, knowing that most of the time that means losing your true identity. Don’t spend your life trying to impress others. Because even if you convince others that you’re great, have you convinced yourself? If you depend upon the opinions of others to determine how good you are, then you become like a leaf in the wind, fading in whichever direction the wind blows you. Fear of social judgment also makes people think small. You may not know who you are, what you want to do in life, so … create yourself, don’t find yourself, create yourself. Create your own personality, but be yourself. Creating your personality doesn’t mean copying others, but you can always get influence. Have confidence, a good sense of style and a contagious smile. You know that old saying: “Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind” ? People who fear being themselves miss out so much in life. Allow people to see the real you, and stop worrying about what people think of you. The only thing that matters is what you think of yourself ? Make yourself SHINE !

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