Do you ever have the thought, “I’m just not good enough?” Whether you experience this thought frequently, in all areas of your life, or whether it comes up occasionally around certain things, I want you to know first off that nothing has gone wrong.
The truth is that we all feel like we’re not enough at times. We all find ourselves looking for validation from others, to be approved of, and we make their opinions dictate whether we’re good enough or not. But I’m posing a question to you this week. What does “enough” even mean?
Join me today to discover why we actually don’t need to completely solve for not feeling good enough, and what you’re inadvertently doing when you consistently try to resist or get rid of this thought. I’m sharing some tips on how you can counter it, but ultimately, I’m dialing into why it’s not a problem worth spending lots of time and energy on.
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What You’ll Learn on this Episode:
- Why there’s nothing wrong with you thinking you’re not good enough.
- How to counter not feeling good enough.
- Why we don’t need to completely solve for not feeling good enough.
- How I know you’re both enough and not enough.
- Why there is zero upside to thinking you should be further ahead than you are.
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- Brené Brown on shame
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