Listen to Your Inner Voice

Has there ever been a time in your life when you pushed through to accomplish a goal, but it seemed you were getting no where fast? Perhaps during that time, you had a number of people around you who, in their attempts to offer sound advice, only threatened to thwart your agenda.

You knew you could do it, but the well-meaning voices surrounding you seemed to stifle and inhibit your gut intuition. In the end, you stopped pursuing your dream, and resorted to that little, “safe” place in your life you’d previously carved out for yourself as a last resort.

We’ll likely all endure these types of moments in life — when other people’s opinions overshadow our dreams and thoughts. Some will experience these moments more often than others thanks to insecurity, uncertainty, and just plain old lack of preparation and investment.

If you’re the type that too often lends an ear to other people’s opinions, and give in to the naysayers, then the following short video is for you.

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Isn’t it time you drowned out the voices, and listened to the sound that resonates “you can do it”? Are you ready to get back on the saddle and make a go for it? No vision is too hard to accomplish. If it were, then why even dream?

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About the Author

Emily Brown is the key contributor and creator of, a blog that delivers articles and posts about job industry trends; plus motivational, retrospective stories about career exploration and discovering one’s passion. A journalist and former business reporter at Bloomberg News, her work has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and others. Emily lives and works in Washington, DC. She can easily be reached at Feel free to drop her a line to say “hello,” seek advice, suggest an opportunity or story idea, or provide news of your own.

Her work, including an article on personal branding, will be featured in the upcoming edition of PG Suite Magazine, a Washington, DC area lifestyle magazine.