I Think For Myself.

I know the statement for this group may sound a little conceited, though for me it is not. I can think for myself and I've found people naturally follow. I don't do it on purpose, it just naturally occurs.

Okay, I'll give some examples. Let's say I need to buy gas. I'll drive into an station with no one at the pumps. Next thing I know, it's busy and I have to wait in line to get service. I'll be at the grocery store. I'll go over to the tomato section since no one is there and next thing I know everyone needs tomatoes too. I'm not a fan of crowds so I do gravitate toward the less busy businesses, grocery store departments or shops and it's always the same. Not so busy when I enter, swamped when I leave.

Now it's great for the business owner if I show up 'cause that means more business for them, though not so much for me. I'm not a fan of standing in line. It's so time consuming.

I am willing to say opinions or do things that my peers wouldn't have the courage. They want to conform with the standard, even if it's not what they really like. They just want to fit in. I'd like to fit in too, though as myself, not pretending to be something I'm not.

4vrUnique 4vrUnique
Oct 23, 2009