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Hey everyone, for today's solo episode, I want to focus on something that was inspired by a recent Q&A that I did on my Instagram—and that is talking about extremes.
One of the most common answers, when I asked people what their biggest challenge is with their photography, was that they suffer from things like imposter syndrome, lack of satisfaction, comparison, and lack of energy. IMO, these are things that are often caused by us living in the extremes—where we pick apart every little thing we do and label it as amazing or a total failure. And that also applies to how we view ourselves when it comes to things like our capabilities, worth, talent, and so on.
Anyways, just a quick episode today, but I hope it helps you in one way or another!
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