I love it when someone manages to cobble a few words together in such a way it stops me in my tracks, makes me think and maybe brings a smile to my face.
This is what some anonymous individual did when he or she said:
“Always remember, you’re like everyone else, totally unique”
In a world that often tries to standardise everything, individuality is what can be sacrificed so easily.
When society, Governments or institutions label us, reduce us to a number or works on a one size fits all principle, we can loose sight of our uniqueness all too quickly.
At iPlanning individuality is not only something we recognise as important, but something we celebrate as a positive thing. Our experience shows us that everyone we talk to bring their own uniqueness along with them.
It may be because of the baggage they carry from their past, the influences that have shaped their thinking, the strengths that they have or even the weaknesses they struggle with.
There are different personalities to deal with, different temperaments and coping mechanisms, different understanding of risk and different tolerances.
No matter how that uniqueness manifests itself our objective is to celebrate the way in which we are wired up.
At iPlanning we are also aware that each unique individual have similar needs! Similar problems that need tailored solutions. Similar dreams and goals that need a plan to follow in order to achieve them.
So we celebrate individuality and thrive on the uncertainty, unpredictability and unusual situations that inveitably comes from dealing with unique people.
“You are the only you God made… God made you and broke the mold.”
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this post are those of the author only and are not necessarily those of I Planning Wealth Management Ltd. All material in this post should be considered as general information only and should in no way be construed as a recommendation of a specific product or course of action. Each circumstance is different and professional advice tailored to your circumstances should be sought from a qualified financial adviser.