Brilliant women often wonder: well, how do I know if I’m hearing my inner critic, or if I’m just being realistic?

Is that my inner critic telling me that I am not ready to start the business – or is that realistic thinking?

Is that my inner critic telling me that I won’t find a commercial market for my art – or is that simply the unfortunate truth?

Is that my inner critic telling me that I shouldn’t apply because I’d never get the job – or is the voice of wise realism?

These are really good questions.

Please know, I’m all for realism. I believe in bringing our practical assessment of reality to bear in every decision. I have an MBA for goodness sake!

The good news is, there is a simple and fast way to tell whether you are hearing from the voice of your inner critic and the voice of realistic thinking. In this video (3 minutes) I share what it is. Click HERE to watch if you are reading this over email.

Quieting self-doubt is one of the topics we cover in-depth in my women’s leadership program, Playing Big. The program is an incredible 6-month, distance-learning journey to help you Play Bigger – in your work and your life.Hundreds of women have participated and seen incredible results in their businesses and lives. The next session starts in October.If you want to get the details when they become available (plus have access to an early bird discount), sign up HERE for updates about this program.
 
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Love,
 
Tara
 
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