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Having self-doubts is a wonderful spur to growth and improvement and, indeed, the worst performers in my experience tend to be those who believe they have already "arrived" and who therefore have a tendency to coast and stagnate while the best are those who always see a need to strive to "fill holes" in their repertoire. At some point, one gains authentic self-confidence based on a record of achievement but even then the need to continually examine one's weaknesses is critical to sustained growth.



But there is the fear of failure because of your insights which could stop you from succeeding. Some can't overcome the fear to face the consumers with an imperfect product/service even when it is more than perfect from the consumers' point.

Many great things never got to see the light because of this I would imagine.




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