“Today I want you to think about all that you are instead of all that you are not.” ~Unknown
It was the same thing I did again.
I had managed to talk myself out of doing something because I wasn’t completely certain I would be successful at it.
I was an expert at sidelining myself—keeping myself from going after the things I truly wanted. I knew, by heart, all the reasons I wasn’t good enough to achieve my goals in life. I had subconsciously decided that my own personal growth and success weren’t worth the risk of failure or rejection.
I remained unhappy and stuck as a result.
Every time I had an opportunity, the initial excitement and motivation soon gave way to thoughts of self doubt, what-ifs, or fear of failing. It was a complete lack of confidence that stopped me dead in my tracks.
This time, I had talked my way out of applying for an office promotion. I wasn’t completely sure I was qualified for the job. I was afraid that management would consider me an idiot because I applied.
I was successful, but bored with my current job. I wanted a different challenge. But what if I wasn’t selected? What would the co-workers say? What if I? The following are some of the ways to improve your own ability to speak. Get selected and fail at the new…