Stop Listening

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What if we stopped listening to the voice that tells us:

We can’t do what we really want to do because it’s too hard or it might not work.

We might fail, be humiliated.

We have all these shortcomings and flaws.

Those people over there who do what we do are so much better, we’re not good enough.

What if we stopped listening to this voice, and instead listened to a voice, any voice, that helps us?

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