I was speaking to a friend the other day, and they asked me,
"Do I have to be the best version of myse
lf all the time?"
Firstly: No. You don't have to do anything.
But it got me thinking: I think when people hear about 'being the best version of themselves', much of what they hear is, 'try harder.'
But, being the best version of ourselves is of
ten the opposite.
It's about being efficient with your time and not wasting it.
It's about knowing who you are and what your passions are so you spend more time doing the things you actually enjoy doing.
It's about living life with freedom, confidence, and far less insecurities.
Do you have to do that?
But, why would you not?
It's not a quick fix either. Becoming the best version of ourselves can last a lifetime.
It takes hard work and dedication. But the results are always worth it.