What is this blog all about?
The content of this blog is built around two main ideas:
The idea of being conscious and the idea of being a rebel.
Let’s look at the definition of each of these, at first glance, mutually exclusive concepts:
Being conscious – Having a high level of awareness of the environment around you.
Being a rebel – Standing up for what you believe in, despite what anyone else says.
Putting two and two together, it becomes clear that it is aimed at conscious rebels – people, who believe in their visions even when no one else have faith in them; people, who stand up for what they believe in even when ridiculed for it; people, who do what they want to do and not what others tell them to do.
These people tend to:
- Break the norms and start their own social movements.
- Lead an independent life free of societal expectations.
- Create their own definitions of normal.
With that being said, we can say that these people tend to break, they tend to create, and they tend to lead; thus, inspiring a change in those around them by using the Art of Non-Conformity.
Three famous conscious rebels:
But who the hell am I, anyway?
I am Venny.
I am a life enthusiast and an introvert, who lives (un)happily with ADD. I don’t consider myself as a professional writer yet, although I work as a freelancer in my spare time, writing things for people, most of which I’ve never met personally.
Key personal mantras I stole from others and I live by:
• “Don’t say it if you don’t believe it.” – Simon Sinek
• “Action is the antidote to despair.” – Joan Baez
• “Today is not over yet.” – Alexandra Franzen
What do I do?
I help non-conformists with artistic and entrepreneurial spirits construct a life around creativity and freedom (my two primary values.)
For that reason, I decided to create a blog where I can share written, no BS, stuff about personal development topics that will enable you to:
- Attract the right people.
- Pursue your personal goals.
- Maintain your focus on your art.
That way, help you create more personal freedom, challenge the status quo, and ultimately create your own version of normal.
The only thing you have to do is read them, take notes, and execute.