Podcast #591


Do you hate the feeling of disappointment? Are you afraid to go all in, out of fear that it just might not work out? Do you ever feel like you spend your life waiting for the other shoe to drop? Or perhaps, do you get really run down and sidelined when you feel discouraged? If you answered yes to any of those questions, this episode is for you.

I used to be afraid to go all in on things because I was afraid of disappointment. When I learned that disappointment wasn’t permanent and didn’t have to define me, I shed the shame and learned how to allow it in my life. Once you allow something, you are no longer held back by the fear of it … you no longer spend your time avoiding it.  

Discouragement is similar. It doesn’t have to suck you in and keep you stuck. I am a big feeler, and when I used to get discouraged, it was hard core and really deep. In this episode of The Confidence Podcast I’m going to share my exact strategies that I now use to talk back to my discouragement. You can apply these to your life and be able to accelerate your ability to move forward with confidence.

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“Disappointment is a sort of bankruptcy – the bankruptcy of a soul that expends too much in hope and expectation.” – Eric Hoffer

“Disappointment is a part of life, but suffering is optional.” – Charles R. Swindoll

“Disappointments are just God’s way of saying, ‘I’ve got something better.’ Be patient, live life, have faith.”


This is for the high achievers out there.

It’s a term for high achievers who were put on a pedestal and then felt pressure to stay there.

You believe that people are waiting for you to fail.

You feel like you will disappoint people when you do.

You have a twister sense of people watching you and that there’s pressure.

The fear of disappointment isn’t just the fear of disappointment, it’s the fear of shame and public humiliation and judgment


What are you currently making it mean?

What do you want to make it mean?

What do you think confident people make it mean?


It’s okay you feel this.

Feel it.

Process it.

Then re-encourage yourself.

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Nelson Mandela

It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” – Confucius



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Do you hate the feeling of disappointment? Are you afraid to go all in out of fear that it might not work out? Do you ever feel like you spend your life waiting for all the other shoe to drop? You're afraid that the disappointment is going to come you're afraid to get too excited? Because what if the other shoe drops? Or perhaps you get really rundown and sidelined? When you feel discouraged? If you answered yes to any of those questions, this episode is for you. I used to be afraid to go all in on things because I was so afraid of disappointment. I didn't realize that I was. But when I did the analysis, and I got coached on it, I was running away from disappointment, the potential of disappointment when I learned that disappointment wasn't permanent. And it didn't have to define me. I shed the shame and learn how to allow it in my life. Because once you allow something, you're no longer held back by the fear of it. You no longer spend your time avoiding it, you can walk through it. And discouragement is similar. It doesn't have to suck you in and keep you stuck. And listen, I'm a big feeler. And when I used to get discouraged it, it's hardcore. It's real deep. And in this episode of The confidence podcast, I'm going to share my exact strategies that I now use. To talk back to my discouragement back to my just disappointment. back to when I feel down. Buckle up. It's time to talk about what to do when you're discouraged and down and how to turn it around. You're listening to the confidence podcast, the go to coaching podcast, oozing with motivation, and easy to implement steps that help you to be bold, and confident in life. I'm your host, Trish Blackwell internationally recognized competence coach, best selling author, and founder of the College of competence. I teach go getters in life, how to master their self talk, turn down the volume of self doubt, and get more results in life. So that you can be the difference maker and world changer. God created you to be you were made for more. And today's episode will help you tap into it. Let's go. Hey there, welcome to the confidence podcast. I'm your host, Trish Blackwell, your confidence coach. And we're gonna dive in on how to turn around your inner narrative when you're feeling down. I already told you I feel hard, I have high levels of joy and deep levels of discouragement. And if one thing that resonates with me is that when I feel discouraged and down, man it's derailing. And when you're derailed from your passion from your hope, you start watering down, you start living in doubt you start questioning if God could even use you, you start wondering, what's the point you start thinking? Do I really have it you start questioning everything about your self concept. And that's why it's really important. I wanted to dedicate an entire episode to what to do when you feel down. And I think two of the biggest contributing factors to that general feeling of feeling down are disappointment and discouragement. And I have good news for you today. You don't need to be afraid of these. They are part of your human experience. And now you'll know how to not make them a big deal. They are a big deal. We want to feel them we want to process our feelings. But we don't have to be afraid to go all in. Disappointment is a sort of bankruptcy. Eric Hoffer says the bankruptcy of a soul that expense too much and hope and expectation. You see when you when you sit in disappointment and you camped out in it, you think well what am I why would I dream bigger if I keep always finding myself in a perpetual state of disappointment, and it's not that the disappointment is not going to happen. It's that we're you're sitting in it and defining yourself by it. I want you to give yourself permission to to say today to say it's okay, I'm disappointed. But I'm going to move forward anyways. I allow this disappointment and it will not derail me. Charles R swindle said this disappointment is a part of life. But suffering is optional. You see, that's where I spent a lot of my life. I thought disappointments are part of life and I have to suffer because of it. And I feel shame because of it. And I'm disappointed in myself because of it. No, the suffering is a byproduct of the story. You're telling yourself about disappointment. So you can say I'm disappointed that this didn't go away. I'm disappointed. I didn't get the job. I'm disappointed that this didn't work out. And how you finish the next part of that sentence is what is critical. Are you disappointed and you think oh Who am I going to try? Nothing goes my way. Well, there's suffering that is going to create suffering. But if you say, I'm disappointed that this didn't work out that I didn't get that job, but man, I am proud that I applied to so many positions, and proud that I put myself out there. The minute you say that you change the story, the suffering becomes optional. And the disappointment is going to pass more quickly. And you will be able to re inspire yourself to say, I'm proud of the fact that I feel this disappointment as a byproduct of the fact that I'm being brave, that I'm putting myself out there that I'm taking risks, that I'm knocking on doors. And you know what these doors didn't open. And that's disappointing. It's disappointing that this worked out this way. However, it's not defining, you can declare and decide today that the disappointment is disappointing, but not defining. And when the minute you do that, you have the freedom to then get back up and go cool. There's something better out me, disappointments are, are just God's way of saying, I've got something better. So you can decide today these are this is not defining, I can keep going. I used to have this fear of disappointment. I have worked with so many people over the years who are afraid to lean in, they're afraid to go all in on something. And this is why we often micro quit. This is why we self sabotage. Because we are so afraid that what if I really go all in, and it doesn't work out. And it's interesting, you may not have ever realized that but your fear of disappointments is keeping you in a watered down version of yourself half committing, half believing. And what's interesting is you are afraid of the deep disappointment that what if you what if you don't really have what it takes? What if it doesn't actually work out? What if you don't get a result? And then Meantime, there's a potential disappointment. And in the meantime, you settle for guaranteed disappointment, might as well just stay safe. Might as well play small miners will believe all the excuses that I'm telling myself of why it's not a good time, why I'm not ready, why don't have the energy. And so listen, I want to put this out there. And this is gonna sound a little contradictory because I am such a positive, optimistic, passionate, faith filled woman. But I'm disappointed all the time. I'm disappointed all the time, things in my life don't work out all the time. I hope that gives you some peace today. Also, because I don't make them a big deal anymore. I've learned this through the over the years. I'm not bothered by that. Because yes, there are lots of things that I'm disappointed in. And there's lots of things that I'm actually delighted because if you don't focus on if you're not defining yourself and limiting yourself by the disappointments than you allow yourself and open yourself up to the delight that is available. Look, things don't work out. And for me in business, it's like all the time. I sometimes I'm disappointed on behalf of my children, I'm disappointed on not like them. But like when things don't work out or when a friend says something unkind. And then I'm disappointed when my new puppy he's doing he's crushing it. He's crushing it with ringing a little bell to go outside. And then I'm disappointed when like what dude, why? Why did you just pick up my carpet? We were past that. What Why do I smell pee in the house? You're supposed to be? We're at the phase where outside? I'm disappointed that the potty training is not easier. Okay, so Okay, and what am I going to do about it? I'm not giving up. And I think the more you allow yourself to say, disappointment is simply an emotion. An emotion is a vibration that goes through my body. And when I resist it, it will persist. But if I allow it and say, Gosh, that's disappointing. That bar, okay. If you if you allow it, you can then give yourself the emotional and mental space to say what am I going to do about it. And I want to say this too, today, the risk of disappointment is the cost of admission to the dreams that you want. It's the cost of admission to life of your dreams. And that's why so many of us don't put ourselves out there. We're like, well, I don't want to risk rejection or failure or just being disappointed if I if it doesn't work out the way I want it to. But instead you can be disappointed in a half live life. It's your choice. But I think the take the willingness to say I'm going to change my relationship with disappointment. I'm going to normalize it, I'm going to neutralize it, I'm gonna walk through it. And I've realized that I can open the doors of delight, if I'm willing to pay the cost of potential disappointment as I go. Because the reality is that we actually complicate a lot of our relationships, our our intimate relationships, our friendships, because we get disappointed. We're disappointed when the friend that we thought, you know, was super, super communicative, doesn't text us back. We can be disappointed when someone doesn't follow through, we can be disappointed that our spouse is unavailable to us at the time because they're going through their own season like look, humans interacting with humans are going to create space of this motion. And so I can allow myself to say I feel a little disappointed that didn't work out or that person did that. But I see that disappointment and my desk Kwame, it's

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gonna pass. It's okay. Now, let's be honest. Where did your fear of disappointment come from? I can tell you for me, it came from being raised as a kid in the 80s and 90s. Now, as the I would actually hear it, reach out on social media, if you resonate on Instagram, I'm Trish underscore Blackwell, I still do hang out on Facebook, Trish Blackwell coaching. And listen. It was cool. If my mom was mad at me, as a kid growing up, I could be mad, punish me, please like, whatever, please don't be disappointed in me, like, whatever, you know that it was the worst when your parents says I'm not mad. I'm just disappointed in you. It's like the mic drop of emotional manipulation. And hey, for whatever reason. And so it created me a fear of if I'm, if she's disappointed me, if he's disappointed me, if someone's disappointed in me, then they will stop loving me. And I need you to know that that is a lie, and a story and a just a just fiction that you have made up that has nothing to do, we can allow people to be disappointed in us. It doesn't change that they love us. It doesn't change that their disappointment in us. Maybe it was just a passing day. I'll be here's a simple, simple parenting example. I really want my children to be very proactive about being polite and thankful to their teachers, their coaches, anybody that they interact with. And so we are training them in the same way I was raised to always think your coach after practice, you know, you come off the field, you come out of the pool, whatever. Everybody's running around, the kids are saying, Hey, thanks, coach, but like, they're not really saying thanks. I want my children to walk up to the coach to walk up to the teacher and say, Hey, Coach Tanner, thanks for practice today. Hey, thanks for practice today. Hey, first name. Thanks for Thanks for coaching me today. And I'm disappointed that it's taken me I don't know, two dozen three dozen repetitions to be like, Hey, kids, did you guys think your coaches today? Oh, well, he said, Good job. And I said, thanks. I was like, no, no. Okay, so that's not what we're talking about. You said a thank you. But did you say thank you for coaching me, thank you for inspiring me. Thank you for being here today. And it's not like I'm disappointed when I'm like, Alright, here's the game plan. After practice. You got like an Ellie and my daughter who's nine, she'll say, Yeah, I got it, Mom, I'm gonna say thank you. And it's just I just wanted them to get into the habit of making sure that the people that serve them and support them in their lives feel seen, known, appreciated, and that my kids have an appreciation of, of, of just how surrounded they are by good people. And so, you know, I'll drop her off to practice and she's like, I got it. I'm definitely gonna say it. And then she'd come back and she'd like to shoot, I forgot to say that thing. And I forgot to go out of my way to say thank you, Coach. I was like, Okay, well, okay, so that's a bummer. little disappointed. But let's do it next time, right. So I can feel disappointed in her not doing that. But it doesn't change my love of her my unconditional support of her. And then it just but when she does it, in fact, the other day at lacrosse, my son said, you know, Thanks, coach. Thanks for the thanks for practice. I was like, yes, yes, we're doing so let's allow people to be disappointed that we don't do things. Sometimes it doesn't change how they love us how they see us. It's just an emotion. Now, I wanted to coach today on something called podiums podium syndrome. And I have loosely coined this. And this is for my high achievers out there. It's a term for high achievers who have been put on a pedestal, and then have felt pressure to stay there. You see the disappointment and the discouragement that I have felt as in so many, so many areas, and for so many years of my life, were were a result of my own thoughts about my own expectations on myself. I had a childhood where I had fast and accelerated success and a lot of praise and accolades for that. In result, in turn, I felt pressure to stay on people, I was put on people's pedestals. And were told that and then I felt pressure to stay there. And so this podium syndrome is this belief that people are either waiting for you to fall expecting for you to be perfect, and you feel like you're going to disappoint people when you do trip up when you do not something perfect when you get beat when you don't have a perfect grade, and has this twisted sense of that people are watching you and that there's pressure, but really there's not. But there also is, is the fear of disappointment in this case isn't just the fear of disappointment. It's the fear of shame and public humiliation and judgment. And the best way I could describe this as as a kid, athletically, I had a lot a lot of talent in the sport of swimming. And so across the East Coast of the United States, people knew my name I was in magazines. I had articles written about Me speeches, data me all the things and had big dreams. And I had a lot of confidence and then I went through a season where I had to see I had a I think it was 11. And I had offseason, I went from like beating people just so by ridiculous amounts. I was swimming faster than like 16 year olds at that age. And then I had a couple of meats where I was just didn't go well. And I was overthinking and it started beating myself up. And I can to this day, I remember being at George Mason University, in the bathrooms at a at a big pools in the restroom. I think I just finished my that I gotten beat. And I was in the stall, and I heard two girls gossiping about me and saying, Can you believe I beat Trish Blackwell? Have you seen how terrible she's doing? Like, and I can remember the discipline that I I was afraid to walk out of the stall. Because it was just knowing that I already experienced that disappointment in myself that I had not performed to the standard that I wanted. But then the disappointment that people would talk about me, it created this pressure that that I then carried for for two decades after, which is why I'm passionate about the work that I do, to realize I was disappointed because I thought not only I let myself down, I let my coaches down, I'd let my potential down. And and because what I really just needed, it was the truth that hey, Trish, it's okay. It's just an emotion. And if because I claimed to this emotion, disappointment, it persisted. And so I want you to, I want to encourage you to invite you today to change your relationship with disappointment. And I just have three questions that I want to start, you just start mulling over and working through and the first question is this. What are you currently making it mean? In general, when you feel disappointed, either in yourself, when how the day goes and how a vacation goes? In, you know, maybe how a conversation with someone goes when it when you were disappointed? What are you currently making it mean? And now the next question we want to ask ourselves, the more important question is, what do you want to make it mean? I want to make it mean that I'm capable of feeling emotions, I want to make it mean that I'm putting myself out there, I want to make it mean that I'm a human experiencing the full spectrum of human emotions, I want to make it mean that it's part of the price of admission to the next thing that's going to Delight me in my life. And then the final question is, what do you think confident people make? You mean, I gave you some some feedback, some heads, but I would really expect so these are the three questions. What are you currently making it mean? What do you want to make it mean? And what do you think confident people make it me now, if you're driving a car or you're on the treadmill right now, please don't try to write this down. I always keep my show notes on my website, Trish blackwell.com. Forward slash the episode number so you can get the show notes. info for this episode plus the transcript at Trish blackwell.com forward slash 591. But let's let's bridge the gap here. And let's talk and let's talk about discouragement. It's also okay for you to feel this. I think especially being such an encourager, a coach a positive person, I was an having been that my whole life. I was always team captain, a leader, president of the school, personal trainer, rah rah rah, like super positive, and I didn't give my space myself space and permission to also being discouraged. It's okay to feel discouraged. But it's up to you to how long that season, or that moment stays. How long does the emotion if you think of emotion as a cloud, how long are you under the cloud? And I think if you pretend you can't help it, and you feel overwhelmed by the cloud follows you around like that peanuts character. Or like, grumpy and Carebears. Or thing is his name, grumpy, gloomy, Carebear lovers, you know. So feel it, process it, allow it acknowledge it. Gosh, I feel discouraged. Like, that's all some of you need to do to feel something is to acknowledge it. Wow. I feel discouraged right now. And then ask yourself, why do I feel discouraged? Oh, because I thought this would go differently. I was hoping that this would work out. And I, you know, fill in the blank. Just say it very, very basic as if I if you said to me, we were having coffee, and I said what's the feeling you have right now you said, Gosh, I just feel discouraged. And if I asked why. And you could only say three sentences. That's your answer that is gonna give us a really profound insight. Because then what we do is we then have the power to be able to re encourage ourselves now once you identify why, what am I feeling? Why very specifically, and you can't answer I'm just overwhelmed. You need to answer in the way a six or seven year old would understand very simple language. Why do I feel I'm discouraged because I was hoping that I would get a raise for blank and then this and blah, blah.

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And then you know that you know what you are discouraged by that is when you can talk back to it that is when you can re encourage yourself. Discouragement is the lack of courage, the courage To believe the courage to say, I got this. And so it's our job your job alone to reincarnate yourself. Now I'm here for it. This podcast is for it. My students who are in the College of competence, which if you think this podcast is good way to experience, what actually interacting with me is like, and we do that all the time in the COC. If you've never checked it out, go check it out at college, or confidence.com. It is my number one passion is what we the work that we do there it is life changing. But I want to give you examples like how do I do this the two weeks ago, I was feeling just overwhelmed. I had tech issues and things that didn't go according to plan. I was disappointed but disappointment that doesn't get felt and mismanaged often becomes discouragement. And my sweet, amazing loving husband listens. When I get to a state of just deep discouragement. I say, Hey, babe, I do a big sigh. I go, can you just listen, I don't need coaching. I don't need advice. I just need you to listen. And I cry. And I give him the full list of all the reasons. And essentially, he's hearing me give us a little equate in tears. And then I say, Okay, here's what I'm going to do. I'm going to take the day off, I'm going to journal or I'm gonna go nap, I'm gonna, I'm gonna take a run, I'm going to reinvest in myself, I'm going to read, I'm going to make a proclamation of what is going to change from here, I will and I make that declaration, I will not camp out. In the land of discouragement. I spent way too many years of my life in that land. And it's not pretty, and you're not stuck there. You can get yourself a refugee status out of there, and be in a place of abundance of goodness. But it's a decision. And yeah, it does take effort. It takes effort to go from the land of discouragement to the land of belief to the land of re encouragement. And that's why it's so critical to surround yourself with other people who are willing to do this work. That is why it's so critical to be around like minded people who are working their mindset, who are committed to optimism, who are committed to belief, who are committed to maximizing the gifts that God has given them in their life. The great quote from from Nelson Mandela, I want to remind you of I'm sure you've heard it before, the greatest glory in living lies, not in never falling. But in rising every time we fall, I'm okay with my falls, I'm okay with my emotional breakdowns in the discouragements. That feel I feel so deep, because I rise every time because I've made the decision to rise every time and that is available to you to Confucius so famously said, it does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop. And so one of the power phrases that you can say back to yourself, when you're discouraged is I'm not stopping. There's no, there's nothing has gone wrong here. There's no need to be discouraged. I am on my way, I will not stop. Therefore I have confidence that I'm going to get there. I'm doing that. So my question for you is how will you encourage yourself? Are you going to take action? To put yourself around other people to get true? Coaching? Right? Come join me in the College of confidence. Are you going to be a person who actually journals versus thinking about journaling? You've heard me over and over again saying the number one thing, the number one thing that will change your confidence that will change your life is journaling. It's free. And if you don't know how to journal, I'll teach you for $7. I mean, I do all I teach. We teach journaling in the college competence. We have journal prompts, journal guides every week, I mean, but if you have $7, I will teach you how to journal go to Trish blackwell.com forward slash journal, you're getting my full journal mastery bundle, but also doing other ways to encourage yourself is reframing is being in the College of competence is committing to journaling is is what I call MQ. You've heard me tease this concept out narrative intelligence work, which is your reframing, it's your proclamations. It's, it's deciding who you're going to be, what emotion you want to have as your primary emotion. And how you're going to operate in this world. And, and when you're discouraged. The primary emotion I want to advise you to experience and practice is courage. And remember this, your emotions come from the thoughts that you think I teach the tea method in the college competence te a, like a cup of tea, your thoughts, create your emotions, your emotions, create your actions. And so if you want, you're feeling discouraged, and you're feeling discouraged, or disappointed, but let's go with discouraged. Because of the thoughts. You're thinking you're thinking, This isn't working on behind. I can't do this. I'm overwhelmed. You think any of those thoughts, that is going to create discouragement. And so in order what's so beautiful is we have the ability to create what I call an intentional emotional creation. You can choose what emotion you want. And then you can operate from that emotion. Your emotions are are the fire that are going to drive you for the gas that you put in your car. And so if you Want in discouragement you don't want to sit in landed discouragement and you need to operate from a place of courage. And to operate from a place of courage you need to say things and think things that create courage, what could some of those be? I'm on my way. I am brave and bold, and I'm willing to move forward. I'm not stuck here. I walk in courage and confidence. I advise you go back and re listen to these, I'm just these are the ones that come off the cuff for me. But you could even say, Today I choose to be courageous. Today, I celebrate my five seconds of courage. If they can do it, I can do it. I am capable all of these when you say that you I don't know even just saying it, I feel a little bit more courageous myself. The other two things is, for me, worship music is always music, worship, music, dance music, putting putting myself in a place of praise and gratitude and movement is just game changing. And it gets me out of my state of discouragement and, and just down notice and says, I'm going to change my state. Sometimes you change your state, you're changing the whole paradigm from which you can operate. I want to pause here and remind you, if you want accelerated results, I have a new three month one on one program for high achieving women who want more, you want to master your future you want to match master your self talk, you want to create next level opportunities, you want to increase your income. You want to increase your free time if you want to be abundant and accelerated. This is for high achieving driven women. I have an exclusive program I have just released, you can find out about it at Trish blackwell.com forward slash abundant. And there is a link there where you can hop on the phone with me and let's just talk about if it's the right program for you. Let's talk about if what I can help you achieve and transform in your life in just three months. So again, that's Trish blackwell.com forward slash abundant the link to schedule is right under that video that's on that page. So do check that out. I want to highlight our review of the week. Y'all have been coming in hot oh, my gosh. Like I'm so encouraged. Speaking of encouragement, and discouragement. I'm so encouraged. By the gosh, there's four or five of you who just wrote reviews this week, y'all it makes me want to cry. Like you don't need to you need to know that two weeks ago, I was bawling in my office. Your reviews. They bring me they bring me courage. They encouraged me. So this one is from chat from chatty, see she says thank you Trish, I came upon this podcast by googling how to not beat yourself up at a particularly low point in my life. And I DM to Trish about how I'm curious about the Christian faith. She wrote back to me personally with some resources that have changed my life. I want to cry. I listened to this podcast whenever I'm feeling low, or behind at work. And I'm always inspired and chatty. See, thank you. And thank you for sharing that. Thank you for taking the time. And and being generous with your words back to me. You guys, when you write reviews, it helps more people find the show. And my my passion in this free show that I put hours and hours into every week is to serve you is to is to support you, is to help you see just how extraordinarily God made you and how you're designed on purpose with purpose to do good things in this world, and how loved and incredible you are. And so I also want to highlight that yeah, when you reach out to me and you message me on Instagram. I'm gonna talk back. I love hearing from y'all. So if you know if there's anything I can do to serve you or support you reach out send me a DM. I also got I want to let you know next week. I have a listener requested episode because of somebody, our girl Lizzie who was shouting out to me in the DMS. She's giving me positive feedback. She's asking a couple questions that she asked, Hey, could you do an episode on the Sunday scaries and Monday dread and I thought what a brilliant topic. Absolutely. So if you find yourself dreading your work week, this next week's episode is for you. So buckle up, make sure you're hit subscribe, you're following the show. Do me a favor, share the show with a friend press that forward button. Share it with a friend. I'm on a mission to reach millions of more people through this free resource. And I'm just it's my greatest privilege and pleasure to be a voice of encouragement in your life. I want to remind you you are so incredibly capable of anything. You set your mind to go out there today to be more of who God created you to be. Be you.

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