Silencing Your Inner Critic



If you want to achieve greatness, stop asking for permission”

- Anonymous


If you are constantly seeking the approval of others, there will always be the skeptic who tells you it can’t be done.


Ultimately, you are in control of your expectations and your dreams. If you are going to find success and develop a true sense of mastery, you have to be willing to push to the edge to define your limits.


Believe deep down that you can do it, and do it for you. Because in the end, if you are going to accomplish something great, you’ve gotta silence your inner critic!


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