One Powerful Way to Overcome Your Insecurities

Do something little. Really little. It’s not shameful.

When I look back at life, I realize that I’ve spent a lot of it trying to fight my insecurities to get a life I deserve.

In fact, I’ve spent a huge chunk of life feeling vulnerable, while trying to defeat the blurred thoughts in my mind which keep me restless, making me realize that I’m not good at a lot of things.

I dreaded the stage

Every time I stepped on the stage, I felt like I was just a word away from making a fool of myself and giving everyone a good laugh.

Now that years have passed, my legs don’t shake when I’m giving a speech. I don’t fear to look people in the eye.

The reason why I don’t choke on stage is that I’ve already done what it takes to kill the insecurities. I’ve dealt with my part of being bad, and improved.

But all this has a reason behind it – I had silently spent years trying to overcome that insecurity.

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6 Lies You Tell Yourself That Don’t Let You Start

6 Lies That Don’t Let You Start

Firstly, people don’t want to be seen as fools.

I mean no wants to be the social oddball who is seen as a dreamer. People think of themselves as dreamers, but they don’t want to be called one.

Being a dreamer makes you vulnerable all at once. Everyone comes to know what you’re up to – your plans, your tiny aspirations, and your intentions – there’s no way out.

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