An excerpt from Blair Singer's book, "Little Voice" Mastery. 

"Have you ever asked yourself: "Am I doing the right thing? Why am I doing this? Why am I pushing these people so hard? Is this the right thing to do? Is this the right time to be doing this? 

Does this sound familiar? It should. Every great business owner, teacher, or parent that I have ever encountered has had a natural tenancy to question him or herself. 

They've been able to step outside of themselves to address and manage the little voice inside. 

Yet it's one thing to be introspective and another to over-analyze and wallow in the mire of indecisiveness. That's little voice management stuck in the swamp. 

Therefore, there is a second key to their greatness: 

In the face of doubt... take action anyway! 

Sure, fear comes up. Sure, you doubt yourself. Sure, you question yourself. But there comes a time when you have to have enough little voice control to override the questions and simply take action anyway.

 Without movement, there is only theory and ability to experiment, test, and correct. 

Yet, not everybody chooses that path. Many simply go into "unconscious mode," complaining about how they have no control, how they are simply victims of what is happening around them. 

Never once do they ask themselves, "Is this the right thing to do? What is the value of taking on this challenge? Why am I so afraid? What would be the benefit of going for it?" 

In business, this can mean the difference between playing a big game or a very small one. If you choose to think like the average employee, you will see yourself as being at the mercy of your boss, the economy... everything. 

You merely live a life in which you do as you're told. At that point, you surrender your power and truly become a victim." 

For more on winning the war between your ears in 30 seconds or less and having an extraordinary life through the mastery of Blair Singer's "little voice" techniques click here.