Social judgement is one of the the biggest factors that holds people back.

  • “Is this weird?”
  • “Is this wrong?”
  • “Am I annoying?”
  • “What will they think of me?”
  • “What do they think of me?”

The list of social judgement can theoretically go on forever. For some people, it does go on forever. However, I know that you are not here to hear a list of judgments. You want a solution.

The solution is this: try to quell your negative thoughts for a moment and take action. You are (often) imagining social judgments that are simply not true.

However, if the social judgments are true, then you are probably exaggerating their effect.

[Recommended reading: Anxiety by Jack Johnson]

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