truth: I used to be concerned about everyone's opinion.
...until I heard Seth Godin say, "worry about a few and ignore the non-believers".
I've decided to niche down to serve creative therapists. As a therapist myself, I've struggled with imposter syndrome in the past. According to the Harvard Business Review, imposter syndrome is "doubting your feelings and feeling like a fraud".
From Seth's words, I've decided to serve a population I care deeply about - colleagues, other therapists who might share a similar sentiment of "Am I good enough?"...I've battled with my own fair share of internal doubts. But, I've learned through the process of self-discovery that sharing what I've learned has the capacity to change the people I want to serve. We might not be able to help everyone...but we can help someone.