On Insecurity

I’m in a group coaching program that is forcing me to look at how my thoughts create my feelings – big time.  Some days it feels like too much to open the lid on my brain and take a look.  But look I must, because I’m not fully pleased with all the aspects of my life.  And that’s why I’m here today with this particular post.

I’m here because part of my plan to allow and feel the feeling of insecurity is to make more posts on Snowshine Cottage.  You see, my jam has been setting up the backend of this blog and thinking of ideas.  And there it stopped.  And I’ve let the awesome posts that Ilse and Stephanie have been doing intimidate me.  Their intentionality and dedication is inspiring me to step up and actually do what I committed to do – a post a week.

I do angst pretty well, so get ready.  LOL – just kidding, but only a bit.  My angst meter has been turned way down since joining the above-mentioned program, but I still indulge in a bit now and then, which tends to be when I like to write.  🙂

One thought on “On Insecurity

  1. It’s all a journey… and facing our fears is part of that. When I had my big interview for returning to full-time work a few years ago, I was so terrified that I was literally shaking as I waited in the lobby. It took some serious self-talk to find my interview confidence, but I did, and had an offer before I left the building. The ideas are always fun and easy for me. Implementing ideas is the difficult part… but so rewarding in the end! I look forward to hearing what you have to say!

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