Everyone wants to be someone else a time or two throughout their life. We dream of what it would be like to be millionaires with flashy cars and large homes. Yet, we never do anything to attempt to get ourselves to the point of the people we hope to “Freaky Friday” with someday.
And why not? If others can do it, surly we can too.
Let’s go over some ways you can morph yourself into the person you want to be.
Get a new job: Making drastic changes to your life can cost a pretty penny. You are going to have to start raking in the cash to get your changes underway. My suggestion would be to create an only fan, be a stripper or start modeling. (I hear feet models make a killing.)
Decide on your end result: If you want to be a different person, it’s probably a good idea to have a vision of the person you want to become in your head. Just starting to make changes all willy nilly could wind you up in a gutter somewhere with a new identity and a federal warrant.
Copy: Yup, it’s just like when you were in high school. If you want to be different — the easiest way to do that is finding someone you want to be like and copying the way they do things. The way they dress, the places they go and even the foods they eat. However, keep a low profile. You don’t want to come off as a stalker or anything. That would be weird.
Desperate Measures: Some of the changes you come up to are going to be difficult. Either it’s out of your comfort zone or something you’re not too familiar with. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Bite the bullet and do it. If you’re afraid to cut your hair, have a friend do it for you when you least expect it… even if it’s just a small portion of your hair… it will be enough for you to have to hit the salon and fix it. If you have never eaten oysters because the consistency is the same as snot… hold your nose and swallow it whole first. Pust through the awkward phase's guys.
Recreate your inner circle: When you get to a point where you want to change your life, chances are, the friends that you have are not on the same page. They’re going to continue doing the same things they have always done — which is fine for them… bad for you. You need to uproot your surroundings and find people that are more your speed. Give your current friends the “It’s not you, it’s me” speech and hightail it to new individuals.
Well now, I don’t even recognize you anymore!
It’s like you’re a whole different person. Which was the overall goal, wasn’t it. Just make sure you have chosen a new life that suits you. You never know what your new path may have in store.
Keep your head on a swivel and good luck.
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🧡Shine Bright, Kayla