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Feb 16, 2015

You’ve got something to say but you’re nervous. Your stomach’s in knots and your head’s filled with endless chatter

Why would anyone want to hear what I’ve got to say?

  • What if they don’t like my ideas?
  • Even worse what if no-one reads or listens – and my ideas just disappear into the vortex?
In This Episode:
  • How do we navigate the fears and self-doubt relating to sharing our ideas online?
  • How do we overcome the procrastination, take that step and just ship it – letting our ideas out into the world?
Plus – We’re thinking on our feet with the Lightning Round with Risk, Passion and Curiosity up for scrutiny.
 
And to bring us home – A Not To Be Missed Book about How to Think Creatively.
 
SHOW-NOTES
 
For Complete Show-Links and Resources go to PUSHING THE EDGE - EPISODE 12.
 
You'll find links to Ashley's Blog and Social Networks, as well as top tips and insights relating to navigating self-doubt.
 
While you're there, let us know what you thought of the Show.
 
MORE GOOD LISTENING WITH PUSHING THE EDGE
  1. Find your Voice with Jenny Moes. How Jenny navigates the many aspects of her identity, and finds her voice online. Also how Jen is challenged in respect to a prejudice she holds.
  2. Take a Risk and Find Your Voice - when you're just starting out Ashley Gravelle is an early career teacher. She has some interesting insights and advice about developing confidence in herself as a new teacher. She also has a top tip relating to promoting positivity in the classroom.
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