“If you really want world-class success, decide today to stop caring what other people think and keep your own counsel. Others may or may not have your best interests at heart, but you always will. Calm down and listen to the little voice inside and have the guts to follow it. Trust yourself and know that if you’re wrong you have the ability to bounce back. Caring about other people is an asset. Caring about what other people think is a liability.”– Steve Siebold
Listen to the small voice inside that is guiding you on your success path. Very often it is hard to hear among the loud promptings of failure that you hear from outside sources.
Trust yourself and take the risk. If you are wrong and fall flat on your face at least your face down experience will cause you to face up to what you need to do to be successful.
After all, we are not judged by the number of times we fail, but by the number of times we succeed. And the number of times we succeed is in direct proportion to the number of times we can fail and keep trying. Failure is in the performance, not the performer.