Being too busy?
Of course that press crushes in on me, but let's be honest, we find time for what Tony Robbins calls our "musts."
All of those, and a hundred more, reasons have buzzed in my inward ears, tearing at my self-confidence and my soul. Just like the buzzing black robot of my YouTube webshow, these things try to pull me down… but I push on.
The truth is—I'm in uncharted territories, sailing never-before-seen seas—at least for me. I feel I have to know it, to share it. To be an effective teacher, rather than a fellow journey-er, is, for a long time, what I've felt impelled, to be…
Now I think I can, I must finally accept myself for me. To be someone with all my real foibles and failings—which, at least when it comes to Animus—which will be out in the open. There's a big part of me that wants to become confident, clear and stable in what I'm doing.
But this is all so new to me. I'm going to fall on my face, I feel, and I fear that more than ever in public.
As Rick Gervais said, about comedy, "I want to see putz, losing his way, falling over, getting back up [and] dusting himself off."
There are two kinds of bloggers.
- The expert bloggers—who have their act together, who share information on a subject—as writers/gurus/pedagogues and teachers.
- The original web loggers—who make the internet an online diary of their stories, thoughts, encounters, voyages and mishaps.
It is this latter sense of "blogger" that embodies my original vision for this Launch Your Universe journey.