matt grant

when nobody is watching

It can be fairly easy to act in a certain way when we think somebody is watching us.

We feel we have to live up to their expectations. We feel we have to be the kind of person we want them to believe we are. If somebody can see what we’re doing, certain things are acceptable and certain things are not.

But what about when nobody is watching?

What about when you’re all alone? How do you act then?

That’s when we really have the chance to determine what type of person we become. When we have the freedom to choose how we behave, how we spend our time. When there’s nobody to answer to except yourself.

Are you making the most of those opportunities? Are you holding yourself accountable?