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Stop Holding Yourself Back And Start Doing What (All) You Can Do

Growing up being a "zero" in almost everything had shattered not just my confidence level, but my internal belief system too! I was afraid of stepping out of my comfort zone, leaving my parents and family behind - and to sustain in a job. The flat out discouragement by everyone saying, "You're not good at this or that," made me assume that, I wasn't any good. And, that I can never do good in my career. I can never be an outstanding performer. I can never do my dream. Or, I can never rise above the level of my belief -system about my self-worth!" But today when I sat down to write this post, I had a lot of different emotions floating around me.

The journey from "I can't, " to "I can do everything I want to" hasn't been an easy journey. I had to always rely upon others' approval and appreciation. Bouncing back from rejections was very hard to start all over again- with new hopes and courage. I still fear rejections, but don't get saddened by disapprovals anymore. I have practiced getting up and trying again- until I do it!  I still battle insecurity and doubt my capabilities, but I don't stop trying hard. I don't stop learning and improving every single day!

"It's kind of fun to do the impossible." ~Walt Disney

"Right from this month, I have decided to take that leap and reinvent myself, my self-worth, and to be who I want to be."

"The more we see ourselves as a vibrant, successful, inspiring person, who boldly declares and manifests her vision, the more we become just that. " ~ Kristi Bowman

I'm learning to trust my "power"within, listening to my calling and going towards it. The moment is right now, right here. So jump! 

Waiting for the right moment, right age, or right opportunity will steal your time that's left with you to shine out. Therefore create opportunity for yourself, reach out to the sources who can help you, or guide you in your journey. Understand. Improve. Learn. and Grow.


  1. Great post dear :)

  2. Replies
    1. Thank you for the lovely words, Lowenna. I'm happy to know you found it inspiring. Thank you!!

  3. So glad you are learning to trust your own power. More people need to do this. very inspiring post!

    Allie of ALLIENYC

    1. Thank you so much Dear Alicia. I'm happy to know that you found it inspiring. Thank you! Keep coming.


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