(Used the Prez photo because I thought it was funny)
The only way to overcome insecurity is to stare that mofo right in the face, and bully it into submission. For a long time, I’ve known I don’t look or act like others. I am not what you expect. I love people, I love the human spirit and I really, really love myself. I am loud, I am awkward, I am goofy. But I’m me, 100% of the time. But in order to get to the next level of my development, to evolve into a better form of self, I need to be vulnerable and aware that I have shortcomings. Now usually I am not one to give a damn what other’s think. The time I simply do not have. But on occasion, people’s opinions, from time to time, do bother me. It’s rare, but when it happens, I examine why it affected me, and how I came remedy the situation so it does not happen again.
This video is assessing and accepting some truthful conclusions to beat the hell out of those devious little insecurities that are keeping me from my best self. Keeping me from extraordinary. I hope you feel as encouraged as I do liberated.
Be Extraordinary- Alyssa Peacock