Hiding Your Lack of Success Until You ‘Fix’ It

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When having a heart-to-heart with a friend last night, that was my line of reasoning:

“I keep it to myself because I don’t want to be burdened with other people’s doubt.”

Already, I’m feeling shame. I want to tell you, “I’m actually successful…” But I think that would defeat the purpose.

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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