If you are a human, you come built with voices inside your head. They can be as quiet as a passing thought or as loud as someone shouting at you. We either listen to them or we silence them. They can be replaced with new voices or we can simply give in to the negative ones we seem to be born with.
I'm not sure when they actually materialize, but it seems like they can actually get louder as we get older. After all, as we age we accumulate more experiences that threaten to validate the voices of fear and doubt we've heard.
"You didn't lose weight the last time you tried. Why try again? It's hopeless."
"You know what happened when you spoke up the last time!"
"You are such a loser. You'll never be able to pull this off!"
I recently created a little video for a project I'm working on with RocketHub. It was meant to be funny and when I posted it on Facebook, it was obvious that it did make people laugh.
The truth is, there really is a "dream killer" in my head. It announces it's presence at the strangest times.
If voices in your head had a face, they might look like this.....
Click here to 'see the voices' in your head.
Portraits of White is a very big dream and I've had plenty of experience fighting off voices in my head that haunt me with doubt and fear. It's a very expensive endeavor - and not just financially. It's an emotional investment as I make myself vulnerable to the public. "The Tip Jar" RocketHub campaign is one way to let others know what I'm up to and have a chance to contribute toward this BIG dream!
When I stand on the stage December 12, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. to begin the concert, you will know that the voices in my head have been conquered.
Here's a tip I use: