You don’t have to be 100 on everything. ( I can’t think of another way of phrasing it, I’m tired)
You can look up to people, even idolize them, without agreeing with every single thing they do or stand for.
I am inspired by all types of people. I like politicians on all sides. I like Sam Harris and Jordan Peterson. I like Chipotle and Qdoba. I am inspired by people such as James Altucher, Aubrey Marcus, and Tim Ferriss. James loves chess, Aubrey is in an open relationship, and Tim microdoses mushrooms. I’m not particularly into chess, I don’t think I’d be into an open relationship, and I have no interest in microdosing. But I still look up to them for other reasons.
You can have an idea, have a thought, or a belief and change your mind.
You can disagree with yourself. You can be a flip flopper. People complain when politicians vote one way and switch sides on their stance later on, but depending on the context, it can be a good thing. It means you are open to new ideas and information. You are willing to admit you were wrong.
I make posts and sometimes disagree with my own thoughts minutes after but that’s not the point. The point is growth. Growth comes from putting out ideas, taking in ideas and information, and blending it all together.
Take everything for what it’s worth and build from it.
(I don’t feel like revising this thought. yolo.)