5 Steps to Managing Self Doubt
There I was, sitting in my yoga room, in front of my alter meditating (well, trying to) and all that was coming up was "failure." Not the word so much but the feeling of having failed when in reality I had just begun.
That morning I launched my first online course, a project I had been working on for almost two years. I felt great about it and excited to put it out into the world but a funny thing happened once the first email went out with my big announcement. I didn't just get nervous or anxious, I actually felt like it was the end of the launch and no one signed up. This was only after an hour of the email being out. Most people hadn't even read it yet and I had myself completely pegged as having a product no one wanted.
I saw this immediately and identified it. I realized it was ridiculous but still it persisted. It lasted for exactly three days and then it went away. Once again I started feeling excited and confident about putting the project out. What happened you ask? I used my tools. Over the last 12 years of teaching yoga and facilitating trainings, I have been able to hone my tools of consciousness. It is these tools I wish to share with you today. Some are simple, some need to be practiced and some you are most likely already doing.