Updated: May 21, 2020
A million voices telling me who I need to be, telling me I am not good enough, healthy enough, strong enough, rich enough...
There comes a time when you just want to silence all the outside voices.
A time when you want to hear your own voice, the voice that guided you as young child.
The voice that tells you what is right for you, what you value, what matters most to you.
The time has come to desperately seek the voice that tells you - You are loved unconditionally just as you are.
In the last decade we have seen explosive growth in the amount of content available on the Internet. So many voices now have a platform to reach millions and billions of people. YouTube for instance, allows us to access an abundance of content from thought leaders, professional experts, as well as the average person.
I am a big consumer of YouTube content, mainly in the area of personal and professional development. In the last decade, I have easily consumed thousands of hours of content.
As I sit here and reflect on my experience, I am grateful for all the voices that brought me peace, all the voices that gave me tools to be a better version of myself, all the voices that helped me to connect to a higher power and reminded me that I am enough, and I am loved.
On the other hand, I have experienced a great deal of confusion, frustration and anxiety listening to so called "experts". When I first started my journey, I bought