Do you sometimes, when all your doubts, fears, and insecurities wrap you up, always come up with the idea of “I wish I was somebody else.”? More often than not, you think and believe that someone, or rather, most people are better than you – when in reality most people are more scared than you!

You spot a totally well-dressed beautiful woman sitting by herself at a party, casually sipping on a glass of champagne. You think to yourself, “Wow! She looks so calm and confident. She seems to have it all together.”

But if you could read her thoughts you might just be amazed that she’s thinking, “Are people talking about why I am
seated here alone? Maybe I should have stayed home. Do I look OK? Do I fit in?”

You look at a successful business entrepreneur and say, “Wow…what else could he ask for?” He stares at himself in the mirror and murmurs, “I don’t have enough money … I wonder why my friends won’t talk to me… Is this how I really want my life to be?

Isn’t it peculiar? You look at other people, envy them for looking so outrageously perfect and wish you could trade places with them, while they look at us and think the same thing. You may suffer from low self-esteem, lack of self-confidence and lose hope in finding your TRUE SELF because you are surrounded in quiet desperation.

I know someone (don’t we all) who never gets tired of talking. In most conversations, she is the only one who seems to be interested in the things she has to say. So all of your other friends tend to avoid the circles whenever she’s around, and she doesn’t notices how badly she became socially handicapped – gradually affecting the people in
her environment.

Maybe she needs a little help.

One key to finding your TRUE SELF is to listen and talk to a trusted friend or Life Coach. Find someone who you feel comfortable in opening up to with even about the most gentle topics you want to discuss. Be ready to open up your mind and heart in order to improve your TRUE SELF.

If you even think you want to work with me, please click here and let’s move forward.

Joanne Victoria


Joanne Victoria