• Samantha Hearne

Your Insecurities Go With You

No matter how successful you become - your insecurities go with you.

Unless you take the time to fully heal and own it.

Here are some examples I've heard.

If we hate complainers, but we then complain about people complaining, we have become what we don’t like.

If we don’t like gossiping, but we then gossip about someone gossiping, are we any better?

The same happens in business.

If you spend too much time consuming what you don’t want or getting drawn into things that trigger your insecurities or struggles, will this allow you to actually become the version of you that you want?

Your Reflection Task

Question 1:

Do you have any insecurities?

Question 2:

When is the earliest time you remember feeling this?

Question 3:

What can you start to do when this crops up to stop it from taking over?

Question 4:

How can you work through this so it doesn’t hold you back?

Question 5:

Are you triggered by people that show up like they don’t have this same insecurity?

Question 6:

What can you learn from them instead of feeling triggered by them?

So grab a journal and give this reflection task a try and let me know how you get on.

REMEMBER: No matter how successful you become, the insecurities will just go with you…