Mimicking, parroting, and chatter is not the same as duplicating, owning, and living

“I believe that half of the unhappiness in life comes from people being afraid to go straight at things.”

William J. Locke


One of the main issues people have who chronically struggle is the unwillingness to duplicate, own, and live the lessons learned from people who thrive.

It’s a Low Status form of living.

It’s also a desperate and stressful form of living.

It’s based on the failure to rise above a fixed, unworkable identity.

This leads to a failure of ownership.

What it looks like is endlessly figuring things out and thinking things to death as opposed to duplicating, owning, and living more useful ways of operating in the world.

Essentially, it’s a refusal to recreate who one needs to be, in order to put an end to circular behaviors.

High Status duplicates and goes straight at things.

High Status shows up as daring and resourceful.

Low Status mimics and parrots.

Low Status shows up as boring and lame.

In a successful organization, High Status needs to be out in front running the show until Low Status catches up.

If Low Status catches up.

High level positions should always be based

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