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March 22, 2021

Running Interference

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 2:42 am

Reality 1098745 1920I was watching a biopic of comedian Robin Williams and I heard him say, “If you don’t interfere with yourself, you’re quite interesting.”

He was referring to the acting profession and how valuable it is to be authentically you, rather than putting on airs and spitting out lines that you just chewed.

His quote speaks volumes about how we interfere with our innate greatness, no matter what our station in life. We run interference for and justify our false self – the part of us that we made up and got comfortable with. That’s the facade we want the whole world to see.

There’s who we are and who we think we are. Who we think we are is the made up version. This is the part of us that tells us we have to be a certain way in order to win the day. Sadly, that advice keeps us in our own way. It interferes with our creative self, blocking it from coming through.

How great can you be? Get out of your own way and let yourself and the whole world see just how interesting you can be.

All the best,


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