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Tip 1: Identify Your Inner Critic

We all have that inner critic, that voice that runs in our head and tells us lies about ourselves. It creates a phony story about who we are and who we are not. Close your eyes, find that Inner Critical Voice. It should not be hard. If that voice had a name what would it be? If that voice had a face what would it look like? Does that voice have an origin from your childhood? You must identify this voice, and become familiar with its language.

Sometimes we just need to get away, right? How many times have you fanaticized about just getting away to a different place, a new space, another place and time? Maybe you could leave everything behind for just a little while.

Have you ever been told that you’re “too quiet?”
Have you been asked to “speak up” throughout your life?
Have you been called “meek” or been told that you “have no impact” when you speak?

1. Results May Vary

There are hundreds of options to choose from, none of which accurately describe what you will do on a daily basis. Did you know that the famous Dr. Oz was scolded by the FDA for promoting weight loss products with unsubstantiated claims? Yes, even Dr. Oz, who seemingly has your best interests at heart, is not being honest about the incredible commitment involved.