A few weeks ago, I invited George Walther to come speak to all my employees in my office in Westminster, Colorado.
You might not be familiar with who George is, but he’s one of the best professional speakers and motivation experts on the planet. He's also an accomplished author and business consultant who has consulted with companies like Microsoft and FedEx.
George Walther has some great wisdom to share… and that’s why I asked him to give a presentation at my company.
One of the key points he made is that everyone has a voice inside his or her head. And when that voice speaks, it is typically one of either INHIBITION or INSPIRATION.
A voice of inhibition says things like “Don’t try it… it’s too risky… people will laugh at you… you won’t succeed anyway” while the voice of inspiration says “Why not? You’ve beaten harder challenges before… and you and I both know you can do this, if you really want it…”
George encouraged us to pay more attention to those voices in our head. Distinguish between the voices that inspire us and those that inhibit us. Then, act on the inspiring voice… because that one’s right. And ignore that voice of inhibition, because that one will only hold you back from achieving what you really want in life.
So, I encourage you to embrace this concept. Start distinguishing between those voices in your mind, and taking action on the inspiring voices. Try it, and watch those impossibly good things start happening!