In each of our heads there is a voice.
It’s a small voice at first. Familiar but barely noticeable.
As you tune in you can hear it louder and clearer.
That voice is telling us that “It’s too risky. Too scary. Looks like a lot of work. What if they make fun of you? You don’t want this shame.”
Don’t listen to it. Nothing remarkable ever happened to anyone that listens to that voice in their head.
Take away that big microphone. Don’t give it an audience. Without a microphone or an audience it has no power or control.