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Do you ever get swallowed up by self-doubt? No matter how experienced or accomplished you are, chances are, you do.
How can I be sure?
I’m fortunate to know a fair amount of world-class creatives. Many are award-winning writers, actors, performers and others whose livelihoods depend on their ability to consistently produce fresh, innovative work. Allow me to share a secret I’ve learned…
It’s almost impossible to completely eradicate our feelings of self-doubt. That’s because building self-confidence is a lifelong practice — and it’s one we can’t always do alone.One kind word can change someone’s day. A few kind words can change their whole life. Click To Tweet
That’s why I was so grateful this stranger on the street gave my self-doubt the smackdown. In today’s episode, get two keys you must remember if you want your creativity to flourish.
They’re simple yet profound steps that can make a world of difference, especially when you’ve hit a creative dead-end.
Because it’s not just about you. When you feel small and unimportant, there’s one mindset shift you need to make and I’ll tell you all about it in today’s episode.
Now I’d love to hear from you.
In the comments below, tell me about a time when someone shared an unexpected kind word or message that made a difference to you. And if you’d like, tell me about a creative project you’re working on that you’re excited to get out in the world.
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If you ever doubt the difference you can make in the world, remember this story. You have the incredible power to change someone’s life, simply by sharing a kind word.
Thank you, as always, for reading and watching.
With all my love,