Weirdmaste: the weirdness in me honors the weirdness in you. 

Our mission is to inspire you to embrace your uniqueness and weirdness.

Whether you are a man or a woman, a girl or a boy, rich or poor, young or old; everyone has felt different and weird. 

Society has told you that being weird is wrong. Society is wrong; weird is good. 

From the time we’re born, we’re taught to fit in. Do things this way and people will like you. Do them that way and people will not like you. 

Society teaches us that normal is right and weird is wrong. But it’s not “weirdness” that’s wrong; it’s society. The best ideas were once considered weird. The most successful people are the ones who refused to just be normal. Weird is good. It’s the best thing you can possibly be.

The most successful and revolutionary ideas of the past have come from the “weird” people—the ones who didn’t look, act or talk like the rest. The weird people are the ones who have refused to stifle their creative talents, their different personalities, their alternate opinions. They’re the ones who have dared to be who they are and act on their radical ideas.

If everyone tries to fit in with everyone else, we’ll all become the same people with the same thoughts, opinions and ideas. We’ll lose the diversity that allows for new, radical ideas to emerge. We’ll lose the “weird” people who remind us that being ourselves—our wonderful, authentic, weird selves—is good. The world needs weird people with new ideas. 

The best ideas, the most successful businesses and the most inspiring people all have one thing in common: they weren’t normal. They were different. A little strange. Downright weird. And that’s good. More than good. It’s the best it could possibly be.

I Am Weirdmaste. The weirdness in me honors the weirdness in you. 

“Here's to the weird ones. The weirdos. The misfits. The ones who see things differently. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. And while some may see them as the weirdos, we see genius. Because the people who are weird enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who actually do.”