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.
There was once a time when we were all young when we did things without thinking about them. Whether that was making up a game or imaginary characters to keep ourselves entertained or asking a seemingly ‘dumb’ question to learn something new.
As I’ve grown I find myself endlessly questioning whether I should do something or not. The questions don’t even make sense half the time. All they really lead me to believe is that I’m not good enough.
This post is a reminder that WE are.
Stop thinking so much, just act on your impulses.
If things don’t work out, laugh. At least you amused yourself.
Is there something you’re struggling to do?
If so message me, I’d love to help.