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Quick and messy thoughts on our Limiting beliefs

  ( 3 Mins Read .) I always hated writing. Writing papers, my university thesis, essays of any sort was always something I dreaded. I would most certainly procrastinate and avoid doing it till the very last second. It was 2010 when I first wanted to have my own blog and potentially a Youtube channel to share and discuss ideas with others on the web. What stopped me? Concern that no one would want to read my ramblings. Also I thought the Youtube market was saturated with too many channels. Oh boy, was I wrong!? Lastly, I hated writing. And most importantly, I believed I cannot write well and express myself with words. To this day, I still have that belief. And with time it got more and more correct as I avoided writing more.  Then I had a thought, where does the “reality” end and where does the “belief” start? Is what we believe always right? If I believed I cannot write good papers my entire life, does that make it a part of my identity? And how hard would it be to change that about my

What’s this random blog about? And why the heck would I read any of this?!

  Hello there, fabulous person! It’s the ChaoticSeeker here, welcome to the Chaos!  Do you still read blogs? If yes, here are some details around the essence of this whole Blog.  I believe in the importance of self-reflection and personal development. Having ideas and discussing them with people who are also interested in bettering their lives is a bit of a hobby of mine. And that is why this blog is finally a reality. Even with the chance of it never reaching anyone, I still have decided to put my thoughts out there on the wide wide web.  The topics I will post on are: personal development, practical psychology and life-long learning and curiosity. The idea is to intertwine chaos and order by putting my thoughts in writing.  By no means do I think I am an expert in anything I will write about. And for a long time, that had stopped me from sharing. I prefer to not take myself too seriously. But I have come to the realization that everyone starts their knowledge seeking journey somewher