“Muscat chapter Ziad Gadou talk about unsecure”

Insecurity shrinks our optimism, beliefs around potential, and blinds us to how things really are or how they could be. We project our greatest fears when we succumb to the negative ways we are conditioned to react. How can we start to overcome insecurity and strengthen ourselves? According to author Leo Babauta, we can begin with a small dose of courage: “A bit of courage. Just in small doses, to start with, but it means a willingness to set aside all the distractions for a little bit, and just focus on what you’re struggling with.” By observing and seeing, we can catch the early moments we allow our insecurities in. Pay attention to when you are being driven by insecurity and notice what exactly makes you contract. The secret is that the path out can be found in the patterns we have repeated thousands of times. Ignite a small dose of your courage and fiercely protect its flame. Commit to breaking one limiting belief at a time. With good work and focus, you’ll soon be able to spread your wings and fly hi

About the speaker

Ziad Gadou is a word poet, published author, producer, and musician. Ziad has always been fascinated with music and lyricism and began his spoken word journey as a university student. Ziad went on to win the “Best Poet” award in the 2017 edition of the Short + Sweet Poetry Festival and has recently published a poetry collection called “Provoke”

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