1. You will stop using time to second-guess yourself.
Being in the creative industry is a game of doing and action. If I spent my last 2 years in second-guessing mode, I would not have been able to build up my parents’ business for them.
2. You’ll know that your work is good enough and worth sharing.
This was one of the biggest hurdles for me, because I used to think that the “bar” for sharing my work was when I thought it was good enough for my own standards. Turns out that’s not how the pros do it.
3. You’ll be able to see the true value of your work (and not sell yourself short).
Trying to make it as a creative is hard.
The journey to self-confidence is hard.
Luckily, you don’t have to do it alone.
Self-confidence is one of the core assets we try to build up with everyone who joins us at The Habit Factory (which you can check out here).
Start intentionally building on your self-confidence, and you’ll make a positive impact on many facets of your life.