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How to Stop Doubting Yourself


Everybody is their own worst critic; moving away from doubt and self-criticism can boost creativity. As a form of self-preservation, we keep our ideas to ourselves or don't act on good ideas because we are afraid of criticism from others. However, doing this hurts our ability to be creative and damages the future of innovation.

Some of the greatest inventions in history could have not happened if the inventor succumb to self-doubt; the lightbulb, glasses, and chocolate chip cookies to name a few. This article, 3 Simple Steps to Silencing Your Inner Critic, talks about how detrimental constantly criticizing yourself can be. When treading in the waters of self-doubt, remember that you are possibly only one small idea pitch from the next greatest thing.

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