Introvert Confessions

Hey you!

We are nearing the last days towards the launch of the event and I am beyond thrilled. It takes a lot of drive and gumption to wrangle up the materials to set up something like this. I never thought in a million years I would be doing this. I had always been so caught up in my head. Yes, anxiety was totally driving the wheel. I was a willing passenger though. I didn’t know any other way.  It is just so much easier to give in to that negative voice in your head. That self- sabotage has a great seduction to it, simply because you just give up and sulk. Now that pity party is in full swing.

I am not free from those thoughts. They are absolutely still lurking around the bend. As I type; it is there. Telling me all the most horrible things your worst enemy would say. At the end of the day I am happy to push past my own boundaries. I am investing, time, money and resources into developing who I want to be. I don’t want to be that introvert! I will always be one though (lol)! I don’t want to sit cowering at home “wondering what if”. Instead of wondering I am putting my mind to what I need to do in order for me to succeed. Hosting these art exhibitions is a great joy for me. Watching people enjoy other people’s work is a great joy for me. I love the idea and process of sharing information.

I don’t have all the answers on how to break the introvert bubble. I know that deep down inside I couldn’t live with myself if I at least didn’t try. Do you ever feel that way? Please don’t give up on yourself you are your greatest advocate. You got this. Create your dream life.

PS - If you are in Chicago stop by the show I would love to meet you!




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