Low self-confidence. What’s the point?
I’ve struggled with low self-confidence a lot in my life. Crushingly low at times. It seems to have been one of the big lessons I have had to explore on my journey. And it’s a tricky one at that.
An important thing I have learned about low self-confidence is that there’s really no point to it. It doesn’t take you anywhere. It doesn’t help you grow or feel good about yourself.
It usually immobilizes you, stopping you from moving forward in the direction you want to go by creating the “I can’t” internal dialog.
And the irony is that you NEED to be saying “I can” in order to move forward.
You don’t need to know what you’re doing all the time. But you DO need to be able to move forward. You need to be unlocked and free to have a go.
Be confident that you can learn. You can step forward.
Low self-confidence gets in the way of that forward movement. It has no productive purpose. There is no point to it.
None. Nada. Zip.
So let it go.
Let. It. Go