1.not false or copied; genuine; real:
an authentic antique.
2.having an origin supported by unquestionable evidence; authenticated; verified:
an authentic document of the Middle Ages; an authentic work of the old master.
3.representing one’s true nature or beliefs; true to oneself or to the person identified:
a story told in the authentic voice of a Midwestern farmer; a senator’s speech that sounded authentic.
4.entitled to acceptance or belief because of agreement with known facts or experience; reliable; trustworthy:
an authentic report on poverty in Africa.
This can be such a strange concept to grasp as our society raises us to constantly compare ourselves to others in our community. We watch each other and then rank ourselves based on what shoes we wear or how big of a house we live in.
When I say that real recognizes real (I actually got this from Grant Cardone) I mean that people will be more attracted to you the more you stay true to your own values and expectations and stop trying to live up to others values and expectations of you. WE will end up attracting people who are as true to themselves as we are. We bring people inot our lives that represent things in ourselves. If you are shallow and greedy, dont be surprised if that s the guy that shows up at your party. It’s really you…
Be real and others will come to you who are real as well.