The Harshest Judge


The fear of judgment:

It can be suffocating, oppressive, incapacitating...

The good news is that it’s all in your head.

We all learn from a young age that it doesn’t matter what others think. Part of becoming an adult is gradually realizing that other’s opinions -- especially negative -- are just a reflection of how they judge themselves.

As you’ve grown through life, you might still, on some small level, believe that the opinions of others is what might hinder you from doing what you truly love, but your opinion and judgment of yourself is way more unproductive.

You are the harshest judge.

For example: Instead of thinking, “I’ll never be able to pull this off because of this shortfall or that lack of experience, so I’m going to quit,” think, “I’m going to find a way to pull this off, no matter what.” All of those reasons that you come up with in your head are just excuses.

You are the creator of you future, and your judgments are the destroyer.

Those insidious and deceitful thoughts about your supposed inability to create success and build wealth are weighing you down, and they’re unwarranted no matter how much evidence you think you have to back it up.

Those thoughts are a fabrication that your mind has concocted to make you feel comfortable with mediocrity, complacent with a wealth-less life and free from fear of what might happen. But. If you look at this way: the worst thing that can happen is you learn from your experience. Not doing anything gives you zero experience and zero possibility to create success.

You are capable of anything. You should only feel comfortable with attaining your ultimate vision, and remember that you have wealth… let’s build it even bigger.

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