Finding your super ( developing unique potential and helping others ) is an invitation awaiting opening before you were born. Somewhere along the way many opt out of finding their super. Instead they find substitutes which please others but leave them deeply dissatisfied. Behind the facade of many title wearing professionals are souls wearing misery like funeral shrouds.
I’d never advise young people to disregard parental expectations. My folks wanted me to be an educator, like them, and have a stable, respectable life. Sadly, I wasn’t the normal child they deserved. Visions of secretly being a pulp novel mystery man or colorful superhero filled my head. Fiction shared by my maternal grandfather wasn’t merely recreation. They were larger-than-life blue prints for a Life Fantastic that fit far beyond most conventional callings.
A lovely woman once asked what was my super power. I replied, ” making the impractical, practical. ” For eight years, I took a superhero brand name; placed advocacy and professional effort under it and practiced this found super in public, from nondiscript pavement to network media.
You don’t need to go the real life superhero ( RLSH ) route for self-development, but you must realize: your super awaits! Find it and express it.
-Nadra Enzi aka Cap Black, RLSH. @nadraenzi on twitter.
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