Sometimes it's hard to believe in yourself when you feel undeserving or don't have anything to offer. We all have something to offer! We all are worth it!
- Take inventory: Look deep inside to see what you have to offer. It could be as simple as being good at computers, sewing, writing, speaking, cleaning, organizing... What ever it is that you do makes you special. No one can take that away from you.
- Get a few successes: Hit a few goals. They don't have to be huge goals. They could be small goals like cleaning off your desk or writing your blog post.
- Don't be afraid to fail: Failure is an opportunity in disguise - The Psychology of Winning by Dennis Waitley. Sometimes we make mistakes. As a writer I always make mistakes.I had to give myself permission to fail so thatI can become a better writer. I have to tell myself "Don't be so hard on yourself." So don't be hard on yourself either.
- Showing up is half the battle: I was teased and bullied a lot as a kid and I wanted to quit. My dad always told me, "Don't quit! Keep showing up! One day you'll make it!" He was right just like this challenge, if I want to change myself I have to keep showing up.
The Psychology of Winning by Dennis Waitley.
Read 15 mins /Day: The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People Will Follow You (10th Anniversary Edition) by John C. Maxwell
No TV: No Problem.
Listen to PD Audio: I started listening to Personal Growth today:
No Newspapers: None, nada, nil.
Associate with positive people: Went to Saturday training with my Organo Gold family.
Exercise: I went for a short walk.
Reflection Time: I took a half hour to review my Simple and Easy statements, which I'll cover in another post, and visualizing some of my other goals.