Details… again

Once you are not trapped into details anymore (see previous article about details), it does not mean that they must be left our forever.

There will come times in all businesses or personal projects, where details will become your personal signature, your personal touch… that small difference making you unique.

There will come time in your personal life, where details will become your personal touch, that small difference making you unique.

Does your personal touch represent you? Does it represent you or someone you wish to be, or someone you wish people think you are? Try to make it authentic… and update it when needed.

There is nothing wrong in having a personal touch that is not quite who you are if you are working on it and that it is you in progress. There is nothing wrong in adding a personal touch showing something positive even if you do not quite master it yet.

Make sure that your personal signature, that personal touch is not overwhelming, that it does not drain you down and that you do not have to fake it until you make it, but it is really you.

By the way, one day, not sure when, that quote for me became “Faith it until you make it”… and one day I will talk about that one.

So, make sure that your personal signature, your personal touch represent your authenticity, your true you and that it is not an Ego mind creation.

If you are not sure what is your personal signature, your personal touch, look into what comes to you naturally when you either work or when you help someone, or when you are being creative. You can also look at that little extra you tend to do that is not at all an extra work for you; that little detail that makes you happy.

Clarify which details are important and let go of the other ones… not to get trap into details again.

Nathalie 🙂

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This article is related to a post on my Instagram account.

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