A popular trend has emerged over the last decade of slapping the label “narcissist” on anyone talking about worthiness or self-love. Ironically, the first targets of this finger-pointing are those individuals who have made their life’s work the expansion of shame-free and worthiness language. Believing you are enough is not egotistical and labeling people as such only exacerbates the problem by creating more self-protection and shame. The attitude of being enough can be thought of as wholeheartedness, of which two core tenets are intrinsic worthiness and vulnerability. It is only when you can accept being enough that will you be able to dare greatly in the face of the inevitable uncertainty, exposure, and emotional risks of life.