Music Played27 items
R.E.M. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
R.E.M. - Automatic For The People, Warner Bros
Dionne Bromfield Ouch That Hurt
Good For The Soul, Island, 1
Israel Kamakawiwoʻole Over The Rainbow
Best Of, Decca, 1
Chris Rea Let's Dance
Auberge EP, East West Records
Elvis Presley All Shook Up
Presley - The All Time Greatest Hits, RCA
The Lightning Seeds Lucky You
Lightning Seeds - Jollification, Epic
The Cock n Bull Kid Hold On To Your Misery
Adulthood, Island, 1
The Who My Generation
The Who - Who's Better, Who's Next, Polydor
Amy Winehouse Back To Black
Back To Black, Universal Records
Donny Osmond Puppy Love
The Very Best Of The Osmonds, Polydor, 1
(CD Single), Parlophone, 1
Cheap Trick I Want You To Want Me (Live)
At Budokan: The Complete Concert, Epic Legacy, 3
Erasure Who Needs Love (Like That)
Erasure:Pop!(The First 20 Hits), Mute Records
The Byrds All I Really Want To Do
Ready Steady Go! (Various Artists), Polygram Tv
Paul Simon You Can Call Me Al
The Paul Simon Anthology (Disc 2), Warner Bros, 4
Lady Gaga You & I (Mark Taylor Remix)
(CD Single), Streamline Records, 2
Neil Diamond Cherry Cherry
Neil Diamond - The Ultimate Collectio, Columbia/Mca
Imelda May Johnny Got A Boom Boom
(CD Single), Universal Classics & Jazz, 1
Stealers Wheel Stuck In The Middle With You
The Pierces Kissing You Goodbye
(CD Single), Polydor, 1
(CD Single), Logo
LaBelle Lady Marmalade
More Monty (Various Artists), Rca Victor
Michael Bublé Hollywood
(CD Single), Reprise, 1
Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band Hollywood Nights
(CD Single), Capitol
Joss Stone Don't Start Lying To Me Now
(CD Single), Stoned Records, 1
Dusty Springfield In The Middle Of Nowhere
Dusty- The Silver Collection, Philips
Buffalo Springfield For What It's Worth
Buffalo Springfield, Atlantic
Pause For Thought
From Sarah Joseph, Editor of a Muslim lifestyle magazine:
A couple of weeks ago I raised the point that I'm a self-doubter.
People seem surprised by this.
When I stand up to give a talk in front of 25,000 people, or come on the radio or TV, I probably don't come across as someone with confidence issues, but I would mark "self-doubt" as the greatest challenge in my life.
It’s not really a lack of confidence though. My problem is the internal voice that says, "Who do you think you are? You and your big ideas are going to fall flat on your face! Pah! You're crazy!"
I don't like this inner voice. It's mean and unfriendly, and generally causes me a lot of grief. I don't even know where it comes from, because I have had supportive and caring people around me my whole life, but the voice is definitely loud and challenging.
So, how do I deal with being a self-doubter?
My inner self-doubting voice may tell me I'm crazy, but then I think maybe you have to be a little crazy to achieve anything. All the people I admire were mavericks, and a little off the wall. Maybe being crazy could be useful.
My inner self-doubting voice may demand to know "who do I think I am?" but then, who is anyone? Every one of us is born naked into the world. Each of us has as much right as the next person to strive to fulfill their dreams, passions and aspirations.
My inner self-doubting voice may tell me I'm go to fail and desperately embarrass myself. But then I tell myself, "Not trying is the worst failure, and there are worse things that being embarrassed."
We have such a limited time on this earth. I won't waste it arguing with some fearful inner self-doubting coward. Ultimately, I drown it out with another, stronger inner voice. The voice of heart and faith which says, "Go ahead and do it."
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