Most people equate success to how much money they’re making, but REAL success is not about how much money you make.
You’re successful when you can trust yourself, be yourself, and be happy with what you’re doing.
Right now, I don’t make a ton of money, as you will hear from my interview with Dan from the Dreams ARE real podcast, but as far as I’m concerned, I’m currently living my dreams, because:
I write books that change lives – Especially about asexuality, which is a huge passion of mine.
I help asexuals, through my https://www.youtube.com/asexualisemyasexuallife channel and asexual blog at www.asexualise.com and various Facebook groups and pages.
I’m financially free. As I finally got my disabilities officially recognised and my incomings are now more than my outgoings. Phew!
Asexuality is a sexual orientation largely based on a lack of sexual attraction, and for people like me, who identify as asexual, it can be hard to make our own voice heard.
Especially as sexual stereotypes and societal conditioning tell everyone that it’s natural to like, want, and need sex, and that anyone who says otherwise must be lying or have something wrong with them.
People tend to discard what they don’t understand.
They tend to disregard what is considered as “not” normal.
And they tend to feel extremely uncomfortable when something doesn’t fit in with their ideology.
But I encourage you to always stand proud of who you are, and to stop listening to what other people say, that drowns out the sound of your own voice.
Asexuals have as much right to speak out about how they think and feel, including if they don’t like, want, or need sex, and have the right to be taken seriously.
Just because asexuality is a minority sexuality, it doesn’t mean it’s wrong and not normal.
It’s normal for SOME people to not like, want, need, or get the urge for, partnered sexual intercourse, ever.
Don’t let anyone blind you into believing we are all the same – because we are not.
There ARE people who never want sex, and that’s okay.
The only reason most people don’t speak out, is because other’s ridicule them and tell you, you can’t be who you are born to be.
I am here to show you, you can.
That your life is your own and that speaking up, in your own voice, is essential to live your own life dreams and no one else’s. Regardless of your sexuality.
That’s why I’m thrilled to be able to give a voice to the voiceless, and share my own asexual life journey of how I became known as The Asexual Entrepreneur and explain what it feels like to be asexual in this highly sexualised world, and how to live your asexual dreams and be your true authentic self, no matter what, on the Dreams ARE Real podcast.
Don’t miss this ACE episode by listening through either of the links below, now, and tell me what you think…