As I was doing a load of reading for grad school this week, I began to feel doubtful about spending so much time trying to absorb so much information. Was it really sticking in my brain somewhere? Would I be able to recall a significant amount of the stuff that I was reading?
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Self-worth. How is it measured? Is it measured regarding your material possessions or the amount of capital you own? Can it be measured by the number of likes, shares, followers, and friends that you have throughout social media? Perhaps it’s measured by the number of good deeds that you do throughout each day or the line of work you’re in and its value to others. How can a person truly become worthy of respect, friendship, and love? What do we have to do to earn more of it?
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Opportunities are wasted in life because we’re waiting for permission to take action. While we’re waiting, time is wasted, and talent is wasted. We want to receive an official stamp of approval from someone before we truly live. It seems like we’re programmed to think this way. It shouldn’t be like this. You don’t need anyone’s approval to change the world.
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I’m guilty of sabotaging myself in the past. So, when I decided to look up the definition of sabotage in the dictionary to see all that it entails, I was shocked at what I was doing to myself.
Continue reading “4 Things That Stop Self-Sabotage”