The Joshua Gray Style Concept #70: “Believing in Blue” | Photographer: Kenni
Life + Style Concept Message: “Believing in Yourself: The Present & the Potential”
What do you believe about yourself? What are your thoughts about yourself? What do you believe about your potential and what do you believe about your present?
Believing in yourself encompasses what you believe about your potential and what you believe about your present. Being honest with your present is okay: What are the factors that are contributing to your flaws? What are the strengths contributing to your success?
Honesty assists in believing and pursuing the fulfillment of your potential, authentically. Personally, I recall a time during college, in which I avoided the reality of my present: the self-inflicted stress, the unwise habits, and impractical sleep schedules. With me blaming the “college norm” on everything I was enduring, that lack of authenticity prevented me from walking in the fullness of my potential and the fruition of my purpose. By the time I started walking in authenticity (after I graduated), I realized I missed out on a lot of personal objectives and personal goals. Nevertheless, walking in a new found authenticity allowed me to believe and pursue my potential and purpose.
After embracing honesty with your present, consider embracing the following with your potential:
- Dialoguing with Yourself: What do you believe about your potential? What gift is on the inside of you that can be flourished? What talent will take you to the next level, take you to the sky, take you into outer space?
- Enhancing Your Potential: Once you identify that gift, skill, or talent, continue building and enhancing those tools–tools to take you and others higher!
- Pushing to Your Potential: Never let your present push you to lose faith in your potential; continue being authentic and being aware of your present, so you can always be able and armed to arise to your potential!
The Joshua Gray Style Concept captures TJG daily style and incorporates a style, trend, and concept message to inspirationally convey Gray’s philosophy: 1) Use what you have, 2) Get what you can, and 3) Do what you do.