“If you gave your inner genius as much credence as your inner critic, you would be light years ahead of where you now stand.” —Alan Cohen
Most everyone I know has experienced their inner critic at one time or another. That voice that pretends to “know it all” and lists all the reasons you can’t do something, or tells you what’s wrong with what you’re doing. It’s the voice that taps into insecurities and old beliefs based on past experience and perceptions.
But, what if you could make peace with your inner critic?
The truth is that your inner critic doesn’t really have any power unless you cultivate the relationship and buy into what it’s telling you. You can always tell when it’s present because the voice is judgmental, and will hold you back in your business (and your life).
Today we’re sharing some ways to make peace with your inner critic so you can tune into your true potential and move forward when your own self-judgement holds you back.