You likely have your own life areas in which people doubt you.
But do you need people to believe in you?
Is it a prerequisite for your success? Or is it just a “nice to have?”
You probably could just take action.
As long as you’re not harming yourself or someone else, what do you have to lose?
Action is the quickest path to learning.
Instead of thinking about how others will judge you, think about how you’ll judge yourself if you don’t start that blog, or write that poem, or make that call.
Whatever it is you’re putting off, you’re stalling on it for a reason.
And the reason probably has to do with your own self-doubt–NOT in what others think about you.
How can you start building your action snowball?
How can you roll it into a snow boulder?
It’s true what they say about momentum.
Once you’ve taken enough action, things start taking care of themselves.
Your actions beget more actions, and your life starts moving.
And I’ll say it again:
If it’s not harming you or other people, what do you truly have to lose?
Why haven’t you started yet?
Write down your reasons.
Once you see them on paper, you’ll probably realize that they aren’t good enough to hold you back.
Plus, they’re just words on paper.
Belief is internal; it stems from who you are.
Change who you are, and your actions change as well.