Low Confidence

I find that 99% of my hesitation comes from an interfering thought that lowers my confidence. I don’t like doing things that I am not good at. I don’t think I am the only person in the world who spends most of my energy maximizing the time I spend daily doing what I am good at and minimizing the time spent doing things that I expect to fail at. How many things on the “to-do list” stay there for longer than they should simply because I am not looking forward to the struggle of the learning curve? Too many. The priority should be based on need if I am going to call myself a good teammate. Too often the tasks get prioritized based on how they make my ego feel.

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