Sometimes we need the help of someone else
Ft. Lauderdale, FL--Often, Never Say Impossible Radio Show host, Myra Goldick, sits at her computer for long periods of time writing and writing. At times, she asks herself, "Why? Who will read what I have taken so much time to compose?" Inevitably, those are the times of real self-doubt. As a woman, she is even worse about making videos. She ends up finding everything wrong with the way she looks. The same thing happens from time to time when she paints. This is especially true when she is not accomplishing what she set out to do hours earlier.
Self-doubt can be a strange and unfriendly companion. Goldick works hard to follow her own advice to not allow negative thoughts to creep into her thinking. She says self-doubt always arrives disguised as helpful buddies at first. Do you understand what that means? That means self-doubt whispers in her ear - "Maybe that was not a good idea, or perhaps you should scratch the entire project?" Goldick says the whispering is never helpful. "I’m not saying one should feel that there is no room for improvement in their endeavors, because that would only result in a lack of growth. Instead, one should be able to step back from their creation, honestly evaluate their work while omitting deep self-criticism," says Goldick.
Goldick has improved through life and she is definitely not as hard on herself now as when she was very young. To be totally honest, Goldick still works on staying focused, self-confident, and positive about her work. For Goldick, creativity is part of life. "Look around your room right now," says Goldick. "Can you find anything that was not created by someone else? Humans are naturally creative by nature. As I type on my key board I think about the very first writing tools and how the ability to leave a mark on any kind of substance has evolved. I can simply talk to my computer and it will type for me, spelling errors and all. Simply amazing."
Goldick is always discovering new and improved ways to do things. She finds herself wondering if the creators of all this great technology have self-doubt? To her, it is all so mind boggling. She believes people can continue to grow and become better year-after-year.
Recently, Goldick was struggling to make another video when a very generous person she knew, named Patricia Weber, suggested that she use a video creator on Fiverr.com. Goldick folowed Weber's advice. She was amazed by this man's work and how quickly he delivered his product. So she had him create additional videos for her. Here is the list:
Do you want to know who the Fiverr whiteboard animation artist is? Just reach out to Myra Goldick and she will send you his contact information on Fiverr. Myra Goldick can be reached via her contact page at http://myragoldick.com.
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