Have you ever been told yourself you can’t do something?
Have you ever felt that you shouldn’t even attempt a new task or skill – because you’d probably fail?
Have you ever aid, “I’m no good at that?”
That’s a big pile of self-doubt right there.
Most of us will have suffered from self-doubt at some point in our lives. We tell ourselves that we’re not good enough, that we’ve made a bad decision, or that we simply can’t do something.
This lack of confidence is never far away. Sometimes, it can cause us to panic when we’re faced with a challenge – simply because we doubt our ability to overcome it.
Even the people we admire – people who appear confident, happy and successful – are victims of self doubt. Just like anyone else, they may spend hours agonizing over how good they are, or whether they can or can’t do something.
You see, self-doubt often has nothing to do with real ability. It’s just a venomous thought that gets in the way of reaching our goals. But to overcome that thought, you need a strategy: which is exactly what you’re about to receive.