Consciously when asking trainers if they are afraid of doing things differently, they always say “no, I don’t care what others think.”
But what they say, compared to what they do, is totally opposite in nature.
People don’t want to admit to conformity and not having an independent thought. It’s embarrassing for someone to say “I make choices based on what others think of me.”
People will always admit to making their own decisions based on their own independent thought.
They’ll never admit others have made the decision for them.
In the video below, I go over the famous conformity experiment of 1951 and how it applies to your ability to truly be different and independent: