Last week, at HealtheVoices 2019: A Little Heart Can Do Big Things, we had the opportunity to hear keynote speaker Rick Guidotti. He is a remarkable photographer but more importantly, he is genuine, kind and so passionate.
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Hello friends! Do you remember those goals you set back in January? Have you taken small steps forward to be on the path to achieve those pursuits and dreams? If you haven’t started moving forward, what do you think is the reason?
After speaking to countless AMAZING women I noticed a few things. First, they were smart, capable, and interesting. They had dreams and passions in every area of their lives, from wanting to move to a new country to starting a new business to speaking up in meetings to learning a sport.
BUT, there was ONE thing that was common in each of these remarkable women.
They felt something was holding them back. Something that made them doubt themselves. Something that made them think of every potential pitfall that could happen.
That “something” was their inner critic. The voice of self-doubt that says “You’re not good enough,” “You WILL fail,” “Don’t bother trying.”
This inner critic is not a soft spoken, kind voice merely giving words of caution to keep you safe. It is instead a loud, cruel bellowing voice determined to keep you confined to NEVER move an inch past your comfort zone.
As I continued to listen to these females, I knew I had to do something. Think of all the ideas, thoughts, businesses and talents that are going unnoticed because of this nagging inner critic.
I created this FREE Online Course – Quash Female Guilt. It’s my gift to you! After finishing the course, you will know how to silence YOUR inner critic and go after what you want with gusto.
Share is caring and we can lift each other up. So, share this free gift with any female that you know who needs a little help silencing that self-doubt so she can reach her potential.
This is one of my favorite movies! I saw it when it first came out in theaters and again recently. It is not only a true story and has great music but it also has one very powerful message: Be proud of EXACTLY who you are! Continue Reading