I don’t even remember the question that led up to this:
”Oh no, not me, what should I say? What should I do? Do I look good? Is my hair ok? Who will see this, and what will they think of me?”
All those can be read into that ”Eh…” in the note I took.
In other words – human beings have a tendency to worry about what others might think, rather than just be in the moment, and go with what wants to happen.
Why is that? Where does it come from? And when does it come? Because surely we are not born with a detrimental and depressingly downputting self-deprecating inner dialogue? One that we actually don’t have to listen to even, and still, it’s as if we think it’s telling the Truth. Why is that?
Reflection #4 of 24 from the notes I took and the experience I had at the Seth Godin Q&A-session in London, November 2015. These reflections will constitute my Advent Calendar for 2015, and will be posted daily from December 1st to the 24th.