Sometimes I think that the pursuit of the appearance of perfection leaves the reality of our stories to mold in their truth. The idea that some are so bent on communicating their fabulousness while leaving the struggles on the cutting room floor makes me wonder where our priorities are in terms of change.
I am not perfect. Sometimes I am down right wrong. I wasn’t a great teacher everyday nor did I always make the right decisions as a leader.
I struggle….even now.
The difference is that I understand that somewhere in the middle of all of the communications that we do, the moments of being down are just as important as those that paint a picture of brilliance.
At the end of the day, our struggles and triumphs, when communicated in tandem, will express our greatest truths that we can accomplish anything through anything and come out on top.