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We doubt there’s a person on earth (well, maybe excluding the sociopaths who walk among us) that doesn’t feel that they’re either “too much” or “not enough.”
You know what we’re talking about:
“You’re too quiet. You’re not interesting enough. You’re too weird. You’re too intense. You’re not attractive enough.”
We’ve all got a silent-but-insistent inner monologue that’s terrified we aren’t EXACTLY who we need to be in order to be liked, loved, and respected.
In this month’s Side Chat, we’re coming at this from opposite ends of the spectrum and meeting in the middle:
- Kristen shares her experience with feeling “not enough.”
- Rachel talks about how she’s always identified as “too much.”
- We break down where this comes from and why all we do it.
- And we get in to how to let this deep-seated fear go, as well as how we personally stopped buying in to those fears.
After you’ve listened, leave a comment below to let us know whether you resonate as “not enough” or “too much,” and what parts of this episode stuck with you the most.
FEELING CHRONICALLY BROKEN OR NOT ENOUGH?
It’s super sad to admit, but undoubtedly true that EVERYONE feels like they’re not enough or broken in some way. Seriously. If you think you’re alone in your feelings, it’s only because other people have been keeping quiet about their own insecurities.
But just because it’s normal to feel this way doesn’t mean it’s necessary. And the whole point of coaching is to help set you free of this type of crippling anxiety so that you can get clear on who you are and go after what you really want.
If that sounds like exactly what you need, then we should chat about 1-on-1 coaching!