Do you believe in yourself?
Today I am grateful that I believe in myself to make my visions into reality.
My experiences in Las Vegas were some of the toughest moments in my life, and some of the greatest. And it’s funny what perspective can provide.
I didn’t believe in myself during that part of my life, I believed in the people I was surrounded by, I believed in Tony’s vision, I believed in my business partner, I believed in everyone except for the one person who would ultimately decide my fate: me.
I accomplished a lot in those years, I did really cool things, I really got out of my comfort zone, but I wasn’t able to really ramp up and do anything with everything I have in me. I needed that false “safety net” like a business partner or people’s acceptance around my ideas because ultimately I didn’t trust myself or believe I could do anything great.
And I didn’t realize why, until now.
I was sold a set of patterns and beliefs from a young age about why I wasn’t good enough, but it was my choice to continue believing them. It’s wild what we can see and learn as a child and how it can hinder our adult life experiences.
Now...I believe in myself. This confidence has made the difference for me again and again. I didn't need intelligence or opportunity or resources. Just a simple belief in myself.•