Jennifer Aniston has revealed it took some time for her to build confidence in Hollywood.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the former Friends star, 50, admitted her adjustment to fame hasn't been easy as it's a struggle she still faces today.
"It's not always easy to turn the noise down," she told the publication. "There are moments when you're the belle of the ball, and there are moments when you're not up to par."
After years of being in the industry, however, Aniston is finally certain of who she is.
"It took me a couple of years to gain the confidence that I am worth fighting for," the actress said.
"I am a powerful woman. I have opportunities and I can acknowledge that I know where I've come from, I know what I've gone through, and I know how fortunate and blessed I am to be where I am today."
The idea for the book was partly inspired by Demi Moore's deal for her autobiography, Inside Out.
“Jen is at a moment in her life where she has time to sit down and write,” a source previously told RadarOnline.com. “She has a lot she wants to get out there, the struggles she went through early in her career, what she really thought about Friends, her many romances, her marriages."
Much like Moore, 56, who has the same business team as Aniston, "nothing will be off limits" in her book, but it might be some time before anyone will get their hands on it.
Aniston is reportedly “going to wait a reasonable amount of time after Demi’s tell-all is published and then she’s going to pull the trigger.”
Readers can assume Aniston's book will include her some of her experiences while on the set of Friends and some special memories with her late dog, Dolly.
In fact, it was after her split with the latter that she received offers to write an autobiography.
“This would be Jen’s chance to set the record straight about so many aspects of her life that have been badly conveyed or misunderstood,” insider revealed exclusively to RadarOnline.com at the time.
“It wouldn’t be anything salacious or unpleasant, because that’s not Jen’s style and never would be,” revealed the insider. “But she figures that if anyone’s going to put together a definite portrait of her life then it may as well be her.”