I am often asked the following questions:
What are you trying to accomplish with your clothing line? Self-love.
What makes you different from other clothing brands? This is by me, that's by them.
Why should I buy your T-shirt? Why shouldn't you?
Do you think you are going to just sell a t-shirt with a logo on it? No, quality and fit comes first.
I think the majority of these questions are crap. Why not replace those questions with words of encouragement like "I like what you are doing, let me know how I can better support you."
Those other questions light up trauma and a feeling of "I'm not good enough." I'm good enough. That's what I'm trying to accomplish with this clothing brand. I am good enough and so are you. If you have a dream - go for it. Fear does't exist. It's just the little voice in your head that is winning the battle of keeping you in a steady state of mediocrity. Eliinate the voice and build the future you deserve.
Go out and fail. Your'e welcome. Failure is your best friend and teacher. Learn from it and do it again with the lessons you were taught. Don't ignore the lessons! Repeat as many times as needed. It's part of the process. It's part of the game. Keep going.
What else am I trying to accomplish with this clothing line? Growth. Unity. Community. Natural Flow. A positive mindset. Love. Truth. Something genuine.
The way I see it there has to be people out there like me. They feel the way I do. They think the way I do. They love the way I do. They create the way I do. I'm looking for you. This is my stress signal, my firecracker. I got you. We got us. Let's create something beautiful together.
I don't know what I am doing, but best believe I'm trying. All I know is that the path feels right and any support will be felt and go a long way. I have too many ideas in my head that I wish I could get to right away, but the crippling truth is I can't. I need to grow into all of them.
This is where I start. Somewhere. Hopefully you'll like it, buy it, share it and that will spearhead/finance the next batch of ideas that I promise will be better than the last.
With that said, here is a better question: How's your heart? I'm anxious and hopeful.