My own worst enemy is almost always in my own mind, that voice that tells me I can’t, shouldn’t or couldn’t possibly achieve what I would like to do. This is an outdated survival mechanism left over from childhood it once served a purpose but now only limits my potential. As I grow older the voice of criticism that I hear and entertain works to destroy my confidence, lower my self-esteem and significantly limit what I am capable of achieving. it is time to Get rid of that voice or at the least, pay very little attention to what it says. Here are a few of my favorite methods for limiting or eliminating my own worst enemy and learning to listen to positive self-talk.
Who hasn’t wanted to spread a valuable message to a large number of people all at once? That is the draw of blogging and writing. It is alluring to share advice because you hope all of your mistakes and bad experiences can help others. It would be great to have my thoughts and ideas help other people in a broad way.
I am stating my message, I want to make it one that a reader might remember and might have a positive effect on them. We can only deliver the message, it is up to others to decide if they want to hear what we have to say. Here are 3 big messages from me to you!
What is Normal?
All people have a greatness within them. Don’t believe me? Well, then I challenge you to do the following 5 things and see what you can learn about yourself.
With the powerful messages from the media we get inundated with each day, of perfect looking people always happy, it sends the message that unless you look like them you won’t really be happy.
This is ridiculous because every person has weaknesses, short comings, unique likes and thoughts, the ideal of perfection unattainable. The media tells you what you should think is attractive, what beauty you should aspire to reach. No person on the face of the Earth can live up to that expectation of perfection.