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No matter who you are or what you decide to take on, the size of your dream has an impact on how you experience the resistance that comes up against it. The bigger your dream, the bigger the resistance. The Law of Resistance - add that to your list, Newton. When it comes to the Two Sides of Being Yourself, this is that machinery side. It's the part of you that isn't unique but rather almost formulaic - to be figured out. You're so unique and divined with the task to contribute your specific  calling to our earth, yet if you can't master this force that comes up against you, you'll never be able to release your full giftedness to the world. “The paradox seems to be, as Socrates demonstrated long ago, that the truly free individual is free only to the extent of his own self-mastery." -Steven Pressfield So, what about you? Have...

This year I'm writing a book about being yourself. It's not just about being yourself, but in particular, the two sides of being yourself. Have you ever noticed that there's this side of you that's truly unique and yet at the same time a side of you that isn't unique at all? A side of you that is almost like machinery, reacting to fears and emotions and in need of mastering? Well, I have! Let me describe two situations that made me aware of my uniqueness and also my lack of uniqueness. Situation 1: I'm a university student. I'm walking in the courtyard shaded by palm trees at my university. In my hand is the report from a personality assessment I'd just taken. I'm walking and reading. Using scientific terms, it essentially tells me I am completely unique. Getting specific, it describes this certain thing that I'd always known to be true about myself but...