I recently read a post by one of my favorite business writers on “doubt.” Coincidentally, it was something that I kept thinking of a few days before and particularly how dangerous this creeper of thoughts can be to the success of any project let alone even getting it off the ground.
It helps to surround yourself with the people that make you feel the strongest and worth fighting harder for.
Self-doubt, in my opinion, is singularly the most dangerous moment a person can experience. In the beginning, your idea sparks a bust of creatively, clarity and excitement through and through where it looks like gold, a definite must do, attainable. You get so pumped-up then after you’ve slept on it, by the middle of the afternoon the next day you’re thinking … hmm, I don’t know how the hell I am going to pull this off.
All of a sudden…
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