I get so nervous!
Recently, I did an interview for Jessie’s Coffee Show, still to release. I’ll link it when it does, although, I don’t know if I’ll listen. Anyone else shocked when you hear the sound of your own voice? Is that really what I sound like?!?!
I get so nervous! I feel like my heart is going to pound out of my chest. I wonder if the wobble in my voice is audible to anyone else. was so wonderful and sweet, it made it a lot easier to get through. Hopefully, I don’t sound like the bumbling idiot that I felt I was inside.
Jessie was so wonderful and sweet, it made it a lot easier to get through. Hopefully, I don’t sound like the bumbling idiot that I felt I was inside.
Occasionally, I think back to my answers and cringe. Ha ha! <— total nervous laughter.
And I MAY have gotten tangled in my thoughts and forgot what the question was once or twice. Oh, friends. I hope you’ll forgive my INFP awkwardness.
If you haven’t checked out Jessie’s radio show, you totally should. She’s an absolutely incredible person!
I was also fortunate enough to be interviewed by an author that I greatly admire, Christina Kaye. You can read the interview here.
I won’t lie, I’ve read my answers to that one at least a million times this morning to try and figure out if everyone will think I’m a total loser.
Ah, who knows. I might be one. But despite how awkward I might feel, I’m going to remember to feel blessed that anyone is interested in what I have to say at all. It could be worse…
I’m going to do my best to stop cringing and obsessing over how weird I may be. My weird awkward personality is what makes me… me, after all. I’m going to smile, tell myself I can do it, and keep doing interviews.
Perhaps the more interviews I do, the more confident I will become.