Then as quickly and as passionately do those thoughts arise, we also experience ones of self-doubt, second-guessing ourselves at every turn. ‘Not to mention that if we waited for everyone’s approval and confidence we thought mattered, we would be waiting an eternity. I have come to realize that this is selfish. Yes, selfish, because there are likely people who need to hear from YOU now, to be changed, encouraged and influenced by your story, your compassion and your journey . . . NOW.
Have you ever experienced self-doubt as a writer? Have you ever wondered what your own unique writing voice is, or if you even have one? Well, you’re not alone.
If you’re a regular follower of my blog, you’ve probably noticed that I like to share content that will empower you in all areas of your life – whether you wish to be a successful writer / author, teacher, parent or business owner. I like to offer you tools that can be used again and again, as you move forward on your journey. In keeping with my last post, I have some more questions for you below.