I’m facing down one of the scariest weeks of my life, or so it feels like. I’m launching my new program next week, and it’s down to the last few days to finish shooting and editing videos, being completely real and raw and vulnerable in them. My face. My body. My voice. My message.
The voice of self-doubt has been nagging and trying to sideline me for days, the butterflies in my belly feel more like dragons, and procrastinating seems like a viable option.
But not today.
Today, I will face my fears- of rejection, of harsh criticism, of failure- and I will move forward. I will feel the fear and I will do the work anyway. I will simply do it scared.
And even if my fears come about as a result of my moving forward, well, that’s okay. Because it’s in moving forward that I choose to own my power, and in so doing, I will kick ass. And then I’ll do it all over again tomorrow, and the next day, and the day after that one because I remember that I’ve been through all sorts of scary, awful things before and I’ve always emerged stronger, wiser, and a more beautiful version of my truest self. This is no different.
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