When I was minding my own business the other day and watching an episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race — in which some contestants were very concerned about what other contestants thought about them — RuPaul got down to business and said something I had never heard before:
What other people think about you is none of your business.
Because RuPaul’s business includes helping people feel more self-esteem, RuPaul (who doesn’t seem to care what other people think) made sure that the contestants all repeated that phrase, several times.
Because I’m in the therapy business, I shared that phrase at yesterday’s Coping and Healing group, where 75% of all the participants had suffered insomnia the night before. I think it’s now my business to share my photos from yesterday:
Because many people make it their business to like Michael’s cooking, last night he served baked cod with pineapple relish.
Is it anybody’s business that “What Other People Think of You is None of Your Business” is attributed to many people? Here’s Deepak Chopra’s version of it:
What you think about me is none of my business, but I still welcome your comments, below.
I make it my business to express gratitude every day, so thanks to all who help me with my business of blogging and — of course! — to YOU.