By experiencing 'aggravating' simulations, we realise that success is not built from success but a pile of frustration.
A “personal superfan” builds out their own ideas instead of sulking about the ‘officially approved’ narratives and trends being regurgitated in mainstream circles.
I grow tired of looking up to icons and consuming the conveyor belt of predictable ideas. I am bored of being a spectator. I am unimpressed with what impresses everyone else. The podcast circuit, the mass rotation, the mimetic desire. A bland menu of rinse and repeat. Frustration lives under the surface. Watching others repeat the status quo and doing nothing about it. The truth is clear: no one else was coming to satisfy my own needs. To become my own follower is the only solution. An audience of one. My vision is simple: impress myself or don't play the game at all. I’m my own superfan now. I sit in peace in my study. A holy sanctuary I’ve carved out for myself. I sign a book that I wrote by myself, for myself. Leading from what I love and loving what I live. Thanking the younger version of me that stepped into their greatness.