English isn’t my native language.
So for many years, I don’t dare to put myself out there and build a personal brand.
I don’t dare to publish videos because I am afraid I may say something wrong.
I don’t have the guts to publish articles because I don’t want to be judged by grammar nazis.
But, then, a few years ago, I meet someone in a seminar, Like me, he is not a native speaker, but he crushed it and made more than 10 million per year.
He delivered a presentation in the seminar and closed almost one-third of the people in the room, yet, nobody judged his accent or grammar.
That moment, I realized I was telling myself a big lie.
I told my self “Because English isn’t my native language, I can only hide behind my brand and team; I won’t be able to build a profitable personal brand.”
I made my flaw an excuse to stop myself from stepping forward.
That’s why I start publishing and building a personal brand.
It’s not easy, but I am making progress, And I started to attract some really good clients to my life.
So what’s the lesson from this story?
Sometimes, our biggest enemy is ourselves.
This enemy keep telling us lies such as
“I am not look looking,”
“I am too fat,”
“I don’t have a good education.”
“I am too shy.”
However, Those shouldn’t stop you from achieving your dreams.
And real growth happens when we are aware of those lies.
So what’s the biggest lie you are telling yourself?
Comment below and let me know!