Years ago when I was working a retail job, I was chatting with my coworker by the registers when all of a sudden, she farted. Loudly.
She immediately turned bright red and said, “I’m so sorry. I had curry for lunch.”
She looked like she wanted to die or at least run back into the stock room and never come out.
I turned to her and said, “You’re allowed to be human.”
She immediately relaxed, and we continued our conversation. I’ve noticed this pattern with my friends and clients where they feel like they need to apologize for their flaws or for simply existing.
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In today’s video, you’ll learn how to embrace your flaws and stop apologizing for being human.