Tara Mohr says you don’t necessarily need more confidence. Rather, it’s about changing your relationship with self-doubt. Regardless of the level of success we achieve in our careers, even the most successful of us have a vocal and vicious inner critic. Even though we may think we don’t have it in “that area of my life,” it’s likely to show up in another area, as in my feelings about my body, or about how I am as a parent, son or daughter. The inner critic can show up in any arena of our lives.
It’s important that we learn how to live with it and manage it because it will limit our greatest game-changing, innovative work as an entrepreneur. It can even motivate us to do the wrong kind of work that keeps us playing small.