Today, it’s easier than ever to feel like you’re not good enough. Just go on any one of the social media apps you’re on for your daily dose of, “I’m not good enough.”
I find myself feeling like this quite often. Despite limiting my use of social media, just being around other people in hyper-competitive environments makes me feel this way.
I’ve learned that recognizing the value I have comes from action. Not from reading, hypothesizing, or romanticizing about the things I want to do.
Where does impatience come from?
na·ive·té – (n) lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
When I’m impatient I feel like I should have something I don’t have right now. It can be a materialistic good, a job, or a physical attribute. It can also be internal attributes like peace of mind, charisma, or humor.
I’ll be honest, I feared to write and share my thoughts publicly.
When you’re expressing your unfiltered experiences to the world who has expectations of how you should live your life you encounter fear.