I just love this quote. It speaks of those berating voices inside our heads that we hear when, perhaps, we look in the mirror. Or perhaps when we’re embarking on a new project. Or when we’re reviewing a recently completed project. Or when we’re thinking about changing careers, or going back to school. Or when we walk into a room of strangers. Or when we try on a new pair of jeans. You know what I’m talking about, right? The voices that criticize and critique. Our inner voices of self-doubt. They’re all in our head. Many people say they sound like a parent. Others say a bully from school. These voices are terrified of change. When given the power, they’ll keep us right where we are, forever and ever, no matter how good or bad “right here” is. They’re the voices of fear. And they’re just in our heads, playing over and over like a broken record or a bad radio station. Somewhere along our paths, we just chose to keep that station tuned-in.
So go ahead. Tell that Negative Committee to shut the hell up. Move ahead with what feels right, and good, and healthy, and what maybe even stretches your boundaries a little. And while you’re at it, please let me know how it goes. I’ll be here cheering you on.