1. Stop the fear of failure
Overcome your fears by analyzing all potential outcomes, practice positive thinking have a worst-case scenario to ease your worries, and practice setting goals.
Remember: “Fear will do one thing and one thing only: hold you back.”
2. Stop the fear of success
People are afraid of success for a myriad of reasons, such as fear of losing their identity, more responsibility being added, raised expectations, and not being able to handle success well.
Success is a good thing, everyone deserves to live out his or her dreams and have a positive impact on the world. Handle success by staying authentic and remembering who you are, accept you won’t please everyone, and be comfortable with every decision you make.
3. Stop people pleasing
People pleaser are taken advantage of, prone to stress and depression, develop resentment over time toward people in their lives, and are prone to health issues, such as weight gain. Once you quit people pleasing, you’ll regain your sense of who you are and build up confidence.
Live your life to please yourself and to heck with everyone else.
4. Stop criticizing and judging others
To become the best version of yourself, you need to eliminate all negative energy. When you throw negative energy at people, you’re potentially damaging a person’s self-worth and self-esteem. You’re also throwing buckets of negative energy out into the universe yourself.
Avoid criticizing and judging others by not assuming anything; know it’s not about you, and pretend to walk in their shoes to see the situation from their perspective.
5. Stop procrastination
To stop procrastinating, make you actions precise and calculated, have some form of accountability established, and set your goals up in a way in which they are small, manageable, and easily achievable.
6. Stop the negative self-talk
Silencing the inner critic and putting a positive spin on things are two of the best ways to eliminate negative self-talk. Start by eliminating negative vocabulary, such as always, can’t, never (and ever), won’t, but, should, and try.
As it would say, “Do or do not. There is no try.
Comment below on some other ways you feel people stop themselves from becoming the best version of themselves? I’ll love to hear your responses