How to Stop Following Everyone Else

We all have people in our lives who we like to follow what they do. Whether it's a hobby, a trend, or even something they like. It is good to be unique and stop following everyone else, but that is something you must decide for yourself, if you want to stop following everyone else. Know that following others is not a crime, nor is it bad. Some people though, may feel a need to follow what someone else does but may not want to do it. Here is how you can stop following everyone else.

Steps

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    Find out what YOU like. Not what anyone else likes, but what YOU like. Whether it's an activity, sport, hobby, TV show, toy, or game. Maybe, you like science, maybe you like cards, maybe you like to surf, maybe you like to play Minecraft! Whatever it is, find out what you like, because it interests YOU!
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    Do what you like to do! If you like to play Pokémon and none of your friends do, so what? That shouldn't stop you from liking it.
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    Don't take notice on what others think of you. If they don't like you because you skateboard, so be it! If you like it, that's what really matters.
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    Don't dress like everyone else does if you want to stop following everyone else. (Unless you WANT to) If the new style is boots, don't follow it remember no one is telling you what to do, but this article is about how to stop following everyone else.
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    Don't watch, and read the latest trends. Discover new ones that you like! Search the web or maybe browse stores or online!
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    Remember to remain YOURSELF. This means doing what you like the best and not following, or taking part of a trend, or something!

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Categories: Leadership and Mentoring