mystic universe

These Words Are Good Enough

On the eve of my 38th birthday I sit down in front of a blank Pages document and worry about what I want to say. I try to find the words to write but they won’t come out. I’m paralyzed by the voices in my ...

On the eve of my 38th birthday I sit down in front of a blank Pages document and worry about what I want to say. I try to find the words to write but they won’t come out. I’m paralyzed by the voices in my head (and from the world) about how I’m not good enough. But I am, of course I am – it’s just really noisy in here.

I don’t fit into the mold like the other jellies out there. I can hear voices of ex bosses past tell me stuff they wouldn’t dare say aloud if I demanded more respect from them. If you have to tell someone they should respect you; you’ve already lost it. I feel like a child, still, trying to learn life and wrap my head around the Universe. Despite all these so-called setbacks, excuses and fear – I still want to go on.

“Stop focusing on dumb shit,” entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck once said.

Smart, stable people are the ones that succeed in this world (or at least that’s what my mom told me) but that’s not always true. “Stop focusing on dumb shit,” entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck once said. He didn’t say it directly to me but he didn’t have to. The sentiment is simple enough to carry out: I need to write more, even if the right words won’t come out. “When it all comes down to it, nothing trumps execution,” he said. I haven’t posted on lunarismoon.com in a while because I can’t move.

All the bullshit stops tonight. Get ready for so much content you’re probably going to block me (please don’t).

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This blog is powered by the lyrical stylings of Crescent, a global public relations, communications and marketing professional with a focus on maintaining a strong brand. She's a creative powerhouse and loves to get down and dirty with content strategy. Crescent is published in a number of national publications, covering topics in music, real estate, marketing, technology and social storytelling. lunarismoon.com is all about her love of music and distaste for semicolons.

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