If you don’t doubt yourself, then you won’t improve yourself, and if you don’t first improve yourself, then you probably won’t find yourself.

2 thoughts on “Doubt

  1. This brought up some stuff in my mind about self-improvement and self-loathing. Do you have to be unhappy with who you are or where you are at now to be able to work effectively towards something i.e. better communication, ideal physique, etc. I’m thinking maybe the flaw in my logic is around connecting these things to self-worth?

  2. I don’t think that you necessarily need to be unhappy, just relatively less happy than what you forecast you will be after you’ve achieved whatever it is you desire. Perhaps that’s a mute point as unhappiness doesn’t exist without happiness and being a relative state is no different to ‘happy’ versus ‘happier’.

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