You think your idea is good, but deep inside you don’t believe you’ll ever make it because you aren’t a good enough leader. But despite this inner voice you give it a go. You feel scared, unsure about your idea and your ability to execute it, and you’re really uncomfortable about the whole thing.
However, you pull yourself together and, displaying a confident posture that many people around you envy, you tell everybody that you’re certain that your business will fly high and that you have a great story to tell.
How much energy do you waste trying to convince others about something that you’re not even convinced of yourself?
Starting with our own beliefs is never time wasted. Why you think you aren’t a good enough leader is far more important than trying to convince others that you are.