So, last week’s Thought for the Week, was about “What have Expectations Got to do with Anything?” and I hope you found that thought-provoking! [You can find previous posts here in my blog.
I shared how I used to be more of a “people-pleaser” until I realised my true worth. And so many people I work with struggle with this for various reasons.
I discovered that self-worth is the foundation stone to our well-being and, until we truly value ourselves and our worth, personal development can be a real challenge.
Well, for example; imagine that somebody wants to learn to be more assertive. Until they appreciate their self-worth, it will be a strain for them to be assertive. This is because self-doubt will probably show through, so they have less authority than if they know their own worth and can stand up for what they believe – authentically.
“No-one can make you feel inferior without your consent”
Yes, we can learn useful tips and techniques. At the same time, we can struggle to use them if we are plagued with self-doubt.
I also mentioned last week that the participants who are on the current Communication Code Group Coaching Programme with me are realising their transformations and that the changes they want from their lives are in sight. In fact, last night, some shared that what they have learned so far is now becoming more automatic because they have realised their self-worth.
Once we realise this one reality, everything changes for the better.
We become more self-aware, confident, and less reliant on others for our happiness, satisfaction and self-worth.
Life is just better when we are confident and live each day being true to ourselves.
“Sometimes the hardest part of the journey is believing you’re worth the trip.”
As always, I will leave you with that thought.
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With best wishes for your success!
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