“I’m not ready.”
“I don’t know what I’m doing.”
“What if nobody likes it or I’m not a good writer?”
These questions haunted me for the past several months, as I got up the gumption to finally write my first post for Positively Positive.
Candor, self-disclosure, and transparency are my preferred teaching tools. No need to uphold an idealized version of myself—not helpful for you or me.
Yes, I was nervous to put myself “out there.” Every time I break open and expand, I’m met with self-doubt, fear, insecurity, and a comparing mind.
For my first post, I decided to tackle my self-doubting questions head-on and share some tools I find useful when battling the nasty voice of uncertainty: practical advice meets neuroscience meets spirituality.
Ask yourself: How do you handle the anxiety around a difficult transition and trust the unknown? Do you freeze (procrastination, excuses), run (avoid, deny, lie), or attack (irritable, critical, blame)?” via How to Begin (Anything) « Positively Positive.