Do You Suffer From Self Doubt? Congratulations!

Self DoubtDo You Suffer From Self Doubt?  Congratulations!

Do you suffer from self doubt?  I don’t mean all the time, but at least periodically?  Well, congratulations!  You’re human after all, and you have made a huge step on the road to success!

Natalie Ledwell at just posted her latest episode of The Inspiration Show, “Eliminating Doubt”, that I think pretty much speaks for itself on this topic.  In this particular episode, which is only about six and a half minutes and well worth the watch, Natallie points out the fact that self doubt and failure are both invaluable and sometimes necessary experiences on the road to success, and that many of the most successful and admired people in history have gone through multiple failures and periods of self doubt.

The Inspiration Show with Natalie Ledwell - Episode #124 - Eliminating Doubt

Are you experiencing doubt right now about what you’re doing? Your business? Your financial situation? Your ability to get out of whatever is going on in your life right now? Your talents and skills?  Your ability to make a go of it in anything you do or might do? Your future?

No worries.  The fact is, you’re in exactly the place you need to be in right now to set you up for total success.  To quote my good friend, award winning author and speaker Willie Jolley, “A setback is a setup for a comeback!”  Remember that the next time you experience self doubt or any kind of perceived failure.

Here’s to a life of gratitude, success, independence, happiness and prosperity ~

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3 Responses to Do You Suffer From Self Doubt? Congratulations!

  1. Great information Steve Vernon. I think the self doubt aspect keeps us in perspective…it keeps us humble. It is how you deal with that self doubt is what is the difference between success and failure.

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