Often, I'm afraid of the responsibility of putting thoughts on paper. To find the means to be effective in helping others reach their potential, as well finding it for myself, it takes quiet time to look deeper into my 'self' for finding the words. My fear of failure can keep me from just "doing it". We all have to free ourselves from the idea that the 'self' is a predetermined failure. It is a constant battle that takes discipline. To talk about your fears with other people will reinforce that you are not alone in having times when you feel disconnected from yourself and from others. We need to absorb the lessons of creating positive habits. That discipline will give us the freedom to explore new parts of ourselves. Experience has shown me I do have some suggestions about changing one's behaviour which can empower others, I just feel like a phony sharing those insights if I am failing to follow my voice for my own behavior. One of the cures is to talk about it with a friend and to rediscover we've all had times filled with moments of clarity as well as moments of doubt. We have to choose, prioritize, and work with determination and persistence toward our goals. It is a journey. We are all on a path. By sharing our successes and our failures with each other, together we can make one another stronger. It is imperative that one accept they are not alone in their battle to have a successful life. Each of us are part of the universe of the human spirit.
Triumph in life is based in large part on how you relate to people. The ability to accept faults in others, the ability to show patience, to speak with patience and to care about others, is the degree to which you can experience true success. The tone of what you say can sometimes be more important than the words you use. Be aware of how others respond to your voice as well as your actions. It does not matter how talented you are if you cannot communicate well with others. If you have a tendency to anger, then don't speak until you are in a calm place. Let yourself slowly count to 10 before responding and in that moment you take or pause, put yourself in the other person's shoes.