“If you can go there in your mind, you can go there in your body” Being self-confident is about believing in your ability to accomplish your desired goal(s).
Being thankful – the “keystone habit” of daily expression of GRATITUDE can help boost self-confidence, self-belief and self-esteem.
The practice of gratitude is known to result in higher levels of creativity, optimism, determination, energy level and enthusiasm.
Good morning Girls. It’s a new morning, new day, new week. Find something to be grateful for in your life this morning.
“As a man thinketh in his heart (deep down in his mind), so is he – Prov23vs7
What we think about, how we individually view ourselves, is more important than what we do.
“Positive self-esteem is one of the most important and basic qualities of a Winning human being. It’s that deep down, inside the self, feeling of your own worth” – Dennis Waitley. It gives us the “strength and flexibility to take charge of our lives and grow from our mistakes and learning experiences”
Girls , “creating a healthy sense of self-esteem starts with discipling our thoughts and our tongue; requires us to cultivate new empowering habits, practice daily positive self-talk (affirmations) and practice gratitude.
Self-esteem affects “nearly every aspect of our life”: affects our trust of others, our relationships, our health, our career…..
As we go into a new morning, new day, new Friday, make the Choice and Decision to practise gratitude , adopt new habits, filter your inner circle of friends and above all have absolute trust in God (Prov 3vs5-6).
God bless and keep you all. Amen
In everything (every circumstance, every situation, every experience….), give Thanks – Ist Thes 5vs18
“Grateful thinking promotes the savoring of positive life experiences”. Exceptionally positive minded people all share one thing in common – “an attitude of gratitude”
Girls, expressing gratitude daily and on a continuous basis bolsters self-esteem and self-worth. We have to individually commit to or make a DECISION to cultivate and attitude of gratitude one day at a time starting today.
Count your blessings, write it down in your gratitude journal. I am grateful for ……. my health, my life, my children, my home, my career, my spouse…..There’s always something to be grateful for!
Our individual daily practice of gratitude (first thing in the morning & last thing at night) “provides the soil in which we can plant our deepest desires”, helps us to focus on and hold on to what is good = positive expectations
“Gratitude is the antidote to negative emotions, its like white blood cells for our mind and soul, protecting us from cynicism, entitlement, anger and resignation”
Girls, gratitude makes sense of our past – enables us to forgive and release our past , a key requirement for straining forward towards our goals / our vision.
A daily practice of gratitude results in a clear & renewed mind, enhances our networking ability, our positive decision making capabilities, increases our productivity and by default the achievement of our goals
A daily practice of gratitude will help us gain a new perspective on what is important to us, focus on what really matters and become more self-aware.
Have an unwavering blind faith, purpose, passion and vision driven day. Only good awaits you at every turn today because Gods thoughts towards you are thoughts of Good……..