I have had this podcast for a year. Whenever people hear it, they try to educate me in my field. In this podcast, I talk about why I don’t want someone else to define me.
- Why no one can define you as you can yourself
- I know who I am
- My creative work does not depend on someone else’s perception of me
- If you don’t paint your own life, someone else will do it for you
When people learn that I have a podcast, they try to tell me how to run it. On this podcast, I talk about anything or everything that I feel. Some people advise me otherwise. They suggest I talk about particular topics to gain an audience.
Most of these people do not even have podcasts of their own. They try to define me. They try to tell me who I am.
If You Do Not Define Yourself, Someone Else Will Do It for You
For the longest time, I believed that I couldn’t be a vegetarian. I haven’t had meat in two weeks, and I can already see the changes in my body. Positive changes in the behavior of my body are visible.
I defined myself as a meat-eater. But now I know that I can be a vegetarian. I’m not doing it because someone told me to.
I’m writing sci-fi right now because it has always interested me. And many people tell me that it’s not going to sell. And they suggest I focus on something trendy. But I wouldn’t do it because it won’t make me as happy.
It is okay to take some information from the world to shape your life decisions. But don’t let them make your decisions for you.
Many digital nomads inspired me. And that is why I moved to Chiang Mai. But my decision was based on more factors.
I wanted to move to a tropical and affordable country with good food and have people with the mindset that goes with mine. I decided to move to Chiang Mai consciously.
Don’t let someone else define you. Create a definition yourself because no one knows you better.
I have my definition. I know what I do, and I know how I live and what I want. No one else can define me.