After spending two decades in show business, Toni Gonzaga remarked that she is no longer scared of being "laos."
“When I was younger, [takot ako malaos]. Laging 'yun ang panakot sa 'yo kapag ayaw mo tumanggap ng trabaho or kapag tatanggi ka sa gig. Laging iyan ang panakot sa 'yo when you’re younger. As you grow old, you choose the people you will listen to. Pinili ko na. Mapapagod ka eh,” she said in an interview with Boy Abunda.
The television host added that one should accept that there is a season for everything.
“'Hay nako malalaos ka.’ Bigla ka na lang magsasalita sa sarili mo, ‘Eh ‘di malalaos talaga.’ Inevitable naman iyan eh. There will be a season where it’s not your season anymore. You have to be comfortable with that. You have to accept that. 'Yung pagiging laos is a matter of how you look at it," she stated.
Toni admitted that she does still gets insecure.
“Laging may question na ganun. Am I still good enough to do this? Am I still capable of doing this? Should I still be doing this? Laging may questions na ganun,” she said.
“Kasi the moment that you feel na you know it all, you have it all, that’s the moment you stop learning,” Toni highlighted.